In a study, the data you collect is Gender What type of the data is this? Quantitative - Discrete Quantitative - Continuous Qualitative (Categorical)

Analyzing categorical data
asked 2021-01-31
In a study, the data you collect is Gender
What type of the data is this?
Quantitative - Discrete
Quantitative - Continuous
Qualitative (Categorical)

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Step 1
The discrete data contain only specific or isolated values.
The continuous data takes all possible values in a range set.
Categorical data contain a limited and usually fixed number of possible values assigning each individual to a particular group.
Step 2
Answer:-(Qualitative) Gender is the categorical data type variable.
Gender: {Male, Female} this way it is classified, therefore it is categorical data.
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