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(0:00-1:04) Define and give examples of Qualitative Data
(1:05-2:38) Define and give examples of Nominal vs. Ordinal Data
(2:39-3:13) Define and give examples of Quantitative Data
(3:14-3:30) Different types of data get different displays of data
Terms to Know
Data whose values are the names of categories. These can be numbers, but not the kinds of numbers with which it makes sense to do any numerical operations.
Data whose values are numbers and it makes sense to do numerical operations.
Nominal Level of Measurement
Qualitative data where the order in which the categories are presented does not matter.
Ordinal Level of Measurement
Qualitative data where the order in which the categories are presented matters.