Measurement Levels of Data. Next: Summarizing Categorical Data Up: Data Presentation Previous: Statistics and Data It is useful to distinguish between four levels of measurements for data, from weakest to strongest: 1.
Nominal (no ordering) 2. Ordinal (ordering exists, but not distance) 3. Interval (distance exists, but not ratios) 4. Sex is a nominal variable, since `Male' and `Female' are just names of categories. A student's level of standing (freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior) is ordinal; they are also names of categories but, unlike sex, they are rank-ordered. GPA is an interval measurement; subtraction can be done and distances make sense. Finally, number of credit hours is a ratio measurement. It is useful to recognize a hierarchy of information in the sense that a measurement level contains an amount of information greater than or equal to the level below it. 40 MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS IN BASIC STATISTICS.
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