nominal data

nominal data

nominal data

a type of data in which there are limited categories but no order.
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Final 2014 nominal data shows a significant (nine per cent) slowdown in the mining and energy sector, relating to lower oil prices.
Topics and discussions will cover the following: Conceptualization, Framing and Formulation of Research Problems and Objectives, Hypothesis and Conceptual/Theoretical Framework, Review of Related Literature, Data Management, Description of Data, Inference about Two Populations: Interval and Ratio Data; Inference about Two Populations: Two or More Populations: Ordinal Data, Inference about Two Populations: Two or More Populations: Nominal Data, Analysis of Variance (One-way and Two-way) and Linear Regression Analysis.
Fourth, you need to use real data, not nominal data.
Procedures that use nominal data are presented before those that use ordinal or interval and ratio data.
Using a shape model, together with nominal data on Deimos' position and rotational state, we predicted the limb that would be observed from the spacecraft.
These values are used in robot control module, but in the simulation model, there must be used nominal data according to the layout.
The gap between the real and nominal data reflected falling prices in the economy and the contraction was largely due to the one-time effect of surging vegetable prices in the previous quarter, the office said.
To supplement the FWBS measurements, the following nominal data were also collected from the experimental group.
Nominal data were categorical data where the order of the categories was arbitrary.
With Tubelnspect HD," Gremmel explains, "we are now in the position to identify the slightest deviation of the pin to its nominal data and correct it.
Even under operating conditions which deviate from nominal data, the program is able to locate the most suitable choke and specify heat-up and inductance.
Managers following nominal data can be guided by subtle misperceptions leading to very real consequences.