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Data Types and Levels of Measurement

Data Types and Levels of Measurement

Author: mary daunis
Description:

to explain the difference between discrete and continuous data

Discrete data is basically a data type that counts objects - so typically discrete data consists of whole numbers. Continuous data may be whole numbers but typically measures things that can take on a whole range of values - like weight or height or even age.

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Tutorial

CC Discrete vs. Continuous Data

To see this video with closed captioning go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LfNZshcojcU&feature=youtu.be

Discrete vs. Continuous Data

Here are a couple of really simple examples to show you the basic difference between discrete and continuous data.

CC: Four Levels of Measurement

For a closed caption version of this vedeo go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8KHfsKP0YA&feature=youtu.be

Four Levels of Measurement