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QUALITATIVE or QUANTITATIVE?

The telephone numbers in a phone book?

QUALITATIVE or QUANTITATIVE?

The telephone numbers in a phone book?QUALITATIVE

QUALITATIVE or QUANTITATIVE?

The telephone numbers in a phone book?QUALITATIVE(the numbers are a description of how to call someone, not a numerical MEASUREMENT)

QUALITATIVE or QUANTITATIVE?

The daily high temperatures for the month of June?

QUALITATIVE or QUANTITATIVE?

The daily high temperatures for the month of June?QUANTITATIVE

QUALITATIVE or QUANTITATIVE?

The daily high temperatures for the month of June?QUANTITATIVE(These temps can be computed to find the average, etc.)

QUALITATIVE or QUANTITATIVE?

The % scores of a class on an exam?

QUALITATIVE or QUANTITATIVE?

The % scores of a class on an exam?QUANTITATIVE

QUALITATIVE or QUANTITATIVE?

The % scores or a class on an exam?QUANTITATIVE(%’s can be computed to find average, etc.)

QUALITATIVE or QUANTITATIVE?

The player numbers on a baseball team.

QUALITATIVE or QUANTITATIVE?

The player numbers on a baseball team.QUALITATIVE

QUALITATIVE or QUANTITATIVE?

The player numbers on a baseball team.QUALITATIVEThese numbers are DESCRIPTIVE or a label for each player.

CLASSIFY DATA BY LEVEL(nominal, ordinal , interval, ratio)

CLASSIFY DATA BY LEVEL(nominal, ordinal , interval, ratio)

The top 5 teams in the college football poll released January 3, 1998 are1. Michigan2. Nebraska3. Florida State4. Florida5. UCLA

CLASSIFY DATA BY LEVEL(nominal, ordinal , interval, ratio)

The top 5 teams in the college football poll released January 3, 1998 are1. Michigan2. Nebraska3. Florida State4. Florida5. UCLAORDINAL (ordered)

CLASSIFY DATA BY LEVEL(nominal, ordinal , interval, ratio)

The 4 major professional tennis tournaments are:Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, US Open

CLASSIFY DATA BY LEVEL(nominal, ordinal , interval, ratio)

The 4 major professional tennis tournaments are:Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, US OpenNOMINAL(names only)

CLASSIFY DATA BY LEVEL(nominal, ordinal , interval, ratio)

The total catches of fish (in thousands) fordifferent speciesof fish caught in Alabama:36.3 14.9 48.8 87.3 48.517.2 359 0.6 32.3 1.9

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The total catches of fish (in thousands) for different species of fish caught in Alabama:36.3 14.9 48.8 87.3 48.517.2 359 0.6 32.3 1.9RATIO– calculations can be made, 0=0, could make calculations so 2 data values (different species) can be compared relative to each other.

CLASSIFY DATA BY LEVEL(nominal, ordinal , interval, ratio)

A company’s US sales staff is splitting among the following regions.Northwest, Southwest, Southeast, Northeast

CLASSIFY DATA BY LEVEL(nominal, ordinal , interval, ratio)

A company’s US sales staff is splitting among the following regions.Northwest, Southwest, Southeast, NortheastNOMINAL-No numbers (Qualitative – descriptive)

CLASSIFY DATA BY LEVEL(nominal, ordinal , interval, ratio)

The averagemonthlytemperatures in ⁰C at a particular glacier in Alaska:-4.6 -11.4 -13.0 -16.7 -13.1 -9.8-4.6 -0.1 4.7 6.1 2.8 -0.7

CLASSIFY DATA BY LEVEL(nominal, ordinal , interval, ratio)

The averagemonthlytemperatures in ⁰C at a particular glacier in Alaska:-4.6 -11.4 -13.0 -16.7 -13.1 -9.8-4.6 -0.1 4.7 6.1 2.8 -0.7INTERVAL: Ordered (by month) AND numerical values that can be computed. 0 = location on thermometer, NOT absence of temperature.

CLASSIFY DATA BY LEVEL(nominal, ordinal , interval, ratio)

The lengths (in inches) of bass caught in Maryland.16 17.25 19 18.75 21 20.3 19.8 24 21.83

CLASSIFY DATA BY LEVEL(nominal, ordinal , interval, ratio)

The lengths (in inches) of striped bass caught in Maryland.16 17.25 19 18.75 21 20.3 19.8 24 21.82INTERVAL– Numbers that can be computed, but since all are for SAME species, can’t compare relative to each other. Can be ordered.

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