A type of quantitative data where measurements include only integers and the scale on which measurements were taken could not be meaningfully subdivided

A type of qualitative data where the categories to which observations are assigned have no logical rank order to them

A type of qualitative data where the categories to which observations are assigned have a logical rank order to them

A type of quantitative data where the units in which measurements were taken could logically be subdivided and recorded as decimals or fractions

Nominal, categorical data

Ordinal or quantitative (numeric) data

Quantitative data where there is a meaningful central, or baseline, value, either side of which your data is spread

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