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Elementary Statistics Picturing the World. Data Classification. 1.2 Data Types and Levels of Measurements. Qualitative data – consist of values that describe qualities or non-numerical (i.e. brand names, letter grades)

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1 2 data types and levels of measurements
1.2 Data Types and Levels of Measurements
  • Qualitative data – consist of values that describe qualities or non-numerical (i.e. brand names, letter grades)
  • Quantitative data – consist of values representing counts or measurements (i.e. social security numbers, percentage grades)
1 2 data types and levels of measurements1
1.2 Data Types and Levels of Measurements
  • Four Levels of Measurement:
    • Nominal – data consisting of names, labels, or categories only. The data are qualitative and can not be ranked or ordered
    • Ordinal –qualitative or quantitative data that can be arranged in some order. It generally does not make sense to do computations with ordinal data.
    • Interval – quantitative data which intervals are meaningful, but ratios are not. Data at this level have an arbitrary zero point.
    • Ratio – quantitative data which both intervals and ratios are meaningful. Data at this level have a true zero point.
1 2 data types and levels of measurements2
1.2 Data Types and Levels of Measurements
  • Four Levels of Measurement:
    • Nominal –Flavors, gender, type of car you drive, occupation
    • Ordinal – Movie ratings ( 3 stars vs. 2 stars)
    • Interval – temperature (55 degrees is more than 11 degrees, but 55 degrees is not necessarily 5 times hotter than 11 degrees because 0 does not represent no temperature)
    • Ratio – distances (10 miles is twice 5 miles, and 0 miles means no distance), salary, age
1 2 data types and levels of measurements4
1.2 Data Types and Levels of Measurements

Eye color on a dating survey?

  • Qualitative
  • Quantitative
1 2 data types and levels of measurements5
1.2 Data Types and Levels of Measurements

Scores on a multiple choice exam?

  • Qualitative
  • Quantitative
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1.2 Data Types and Levels of Measurements

Flavors of ice cream?

  • Qualitative
  • Quantitative
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1.2 Data Types and Levels of Measurements

College majors?

  • Qualitative
  • Quantitative
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1.2 Data Types and Levels of Measurements

Weights of trucks?

  • Qualitative
  • Quantitative
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1.2 Data Types and Levels of Measurements

Incomes of college graduates?

  • Qualitative
  • Quantitative
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1.2 Data Types and Levels of Measurements

The numbers on the shirts of a girl’s soccer team?

  • Qualitative
  • Quantitative
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1.2 Data Types and Levels of Measurements

Student rankings of cafeteria food: excellent, good, fair, poor?

  • Nominal
  • Ordinal
  • Interval
  • Ratio

definite order

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1.2 Data Types and Levels of Measurements

Weights of wrestlers?

  • Nominal
  • Ordinal
  • Interval
  • Ratio

true zero point

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1.2 Data Types and Levels of Measurements

Calendar years of historic events, such as 1776, 1945, 2001?

  • Nominal
  • Ordinal
  • Interval
  • Ratio

because dates have no meaningful ratios and zero does not represent beginning of time

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1.2 Data Types and Levels of Measurements

Numbers on uniforms?

  • Nominal
  • Ordinal
  • Interval
  • Ratio

no ordering

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1.2 Data Types and Levels of Measurements

Temperatures on the Celsius scale?

  • Nominal
  • Ordinal
  • Interval
  • Ratio

because temperature has no meaningful ratios and zero degrees does not mean “no heat”

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1.2 Data Types and Levels of Measurements

Runner’s times in the Boston Marathon?

  • Nominal
  • Ordinal
  • Interval
  • Ratio

true zero point

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1.2 Data Types and Levels of Measurements

Data that can be classified according to color?

  • Nominal
  • Ordinal
  • Interval
  • Ratio
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1.2 Data Types and Levels of Measurements

The final grades (A, B, C, D, and F) for students in a Probability & Statistics course?

  • Nominal
  • Ordinal
  • Interval
  • Ratio
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1.2 Data Types and Levels of Measurements

A list of Zip Codes?

  • Nominal
  • Ordinal
  • Interval
  • Ratio
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1.2 Data Types and Levels of Measurements

The daily temperatures (in degrees Fahrenheit) on five randomly selected days are 22, 21, 31, 36, 21?

  • Nominal
  • Ordinal
  • Interval
  • Ratio
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1.2 Data Types and Levels of Measurements

Social Security Numbers?

  • Nominal
  • Ordinal
  • Interval
  • Ratio
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