Depending on measuring level, we'll speak about variables measured at nominal level, at ordinal level
Further, ordinal level and ratio level data has to be integrated.
6] proposed group technology efficiency (GTE), considering ordinal level data (i.
Integrating ordinal level and ratio level data, a general model of performance measure is proposed: Weighted sequence ratio efficiency (WSRE).
Basically, he criticizes the axiomatizations for ruling out information about ordinal level
comparisons (who is worse off than whom), and for being insensitive to information about the distribution of utility.
Ipsative scores not only fail to meet the assumptions for classical psychometric analysis, they also constitute an essentially ordinal level of measurement.
To be purist, individual item responses are surely at the ordinal level.
and William Zavoina, "A Statistical Model for the Analysis of Ordinal Level
The variables were ordered on a nominal and an ordinal level
Definitions of Variables for Measurement Variable Measurement RETURN (Dependent) Ordinal level
measure for investment return percentage.
Play develops along ordinal levels that range from early sensorimotor--exploratory and adaptive interactions with objects to fairly elaborated scripted sequences of events.
As with the agent component, research on the development of children's symbolic play has demonstrated that there are different ordinal levels of the instrument component in children's symbolic play other than the realistic instruments themselves (Casby, 1991b; Casby & Della Corte, 1987; Casby & Ruder, 1983; Elder & Pederson, 1978; Fein, 1975; Jackowitz & Watson, 1980; Overton & Jackson, 1973).