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Discrete vs. Continuous Data: More on the Difference

Discrete vs. Continuous Data: More on the Difference

Author: mary daunis

to give another way of looking at discrete vs. continuous data

Discrete data or continuous data? It's important to know what type of data you have because different data types require different methods of analysis.

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Can you connect the dots?

If you cannot connect the dots, then the data is discrete. If connecting the dots makes sense, then the data is continuous. In this packet - you decide. Leave your questions or answers in the Q&A section -