In each of the following, identify the variables are categorical nominal, or categorical ordinal, or numerical discrete or numerical continuous. 1.Political affiliation of a voter

In each of the following, identify the variables are categorical nominal, or categorical ordinal, or numerical discrete or numerical continuous. 1.Political affiliation of a voter

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Analyzing categorical data
asked 2020-12-15
In each of the following, identify the variables are categorical nominal, or categorical ordinal, or numerical discrete or numerical continuous.
1.Political affiliation of a voter

Answers (1)

2020-12-16
Step 1 Definitions
Categorical nominal : A categorical nominal variable is one that has two or more categories, but there is no natural order or ranking.
Categorical ordinal : ordinal data is a categorical, statistical data type where the variables have natural, ordered categories and the distances between the categories is not known.
Numerical discrete : discrete variables are numeric variables that have a countable number of values between any two values.
Numerical continuous : continuous variables are numeric variables that have an infinite number of values between any two values.
Step 2
1. Political affiliation of a voter.
It is categorical nominal variable.
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