Classifying and Understanding Data. 8/23/11. Classifying Data. Data is not very useful without context. Answering the “Five W’s” (Who, What, When, Where, Why) and sometimes How If a lot of data is present a spreadsheet or a data table is often used
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1 = Disagree; 2 = Somewhat Disagree; 3 = Neither Agree nor Disagree; 4 = Somewhat Agree; 5 = Agree
Would results from a survey like this be considered categorical or quantitative?