qualitative variable

qualitative variable

A variable which is not measurable on a continuum or represented in a quantitative relation to a scale—e.g., race, sex. Qualitative variables fit into discrete categories based on their attributes.
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I also created a qualitative variable to identify companies with 2004 capital expenditures of more than $1 billion (high).
The process of shifting the interpretive framework of binary-coded coefficients can be made without the use of a computer program by adding a constant, k, to the coefficients within each set of coefficients for a qualitative variable and subtracting k from the regression equation constant or intercept.
DEGREE = Demographic qualitative variable where JD = 0 Ph.
No obvious metric for evaluating the coding of a qualitative variable exists.
The binary scheme assigns members of a particular category for the qualitative variable a code of 1 and members not in that particular category receive a code of 0.
The Bhutto government placed a higher priority on maintaining consumer welfare than did the Zia government: a qualitative variable that equal one for the Bhutto years (1971 to 1977) and zero for all other years is included in the model to capture this difference in economic philosophy.
Simple correspondence analysis: Provides graphical representation to see modalities of two qualitative variables which behave associated or not.
In his speech, the Minister of Education welcomed the attendees and participants in the conference, workshops and scientific meetings, pointing to the scientific and research renaissance whose course is determined by modern technologies, reviewing a number of rapid qualitative variables that should keep pace with them.
In the table above, we can see the results obtained from Chi square which examines two qualitative variables with more than two independent groups (major of study and spiritual intelligence).
Contract awarded for the administrative rules aim to hire the service of assessment of family functioning and living conditions of families tutors participating in the family residency program student biobio region and region maule, through quantitative and qualitative variables provided by junaeb to ensure compliance with the profile and requirements defined in the program.
Table 5 shows data for the qualitative variables of the model by year of eligibility and decision to convert.
This gives us an opportunity to introduce and discuss differences between quantitative and qualitative variables.

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