Different Variables in Qualitative and Quantitative Statistic

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Subdivisions of Qualitative and Quantitative variables

 

Nominal Variable: A variable in qualitative form that describe or name a   component of a population.

 

Ordinal Variable: A qualitative form of ranking or an ordered position in an  event.

 

Discrete Variable: It is quantitative in nature, it adopts countable numbers, also can be values equivalent to insulated points along a line interval. There is a gap between any two values.

 

Continuous Variable: A quantitative variable that adopt an uncountable   numbers. It can adopt values along a line interval, any two values between every possible value.

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