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Lecture 2: Data Types

This weeks lecture will cover data types of which four will be discussed; nominal, ordinal, interval and ratio.


Nominal in latin (nomen) means pertaining to names. 215 more words


5 Easy Ways to Stay Exactly the Same

Change is hard, amen?  No one likes change and everyone bucks against it when it comes.

And it does come, sweet friends. There is nothing so constant as change. 1,066 more words

Life In Faith

BNP Paribas: Singapore only Asian economy to see nominal GDP contraction in Q2; MAS forex approach may end up hurting more

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Singapore is the only Asian economy to have seen a nominal contraction in gross domestic product (GDP) in the second quarter of this year, and the foreign exchange-based policy approach of the country’s central bank is hurting the real economy than supporting it, said French bank BNP Paribas. 585 more words

Money Matters

Data Types

The four main data types are Nominal, Ordinal, Interval, and Ratio. In this blog post I will summarise each data type and how it is used when collecting data. 253 more words

Real vs. Nominal Interest Rates

From Acting Man, by Keith Weiner

Calculation Problem

What is the real interest rate? It is the nominal rate minus the inflation rate. This is a problematic idea. 749 more words


Data Types


Nominal, ordinal, interval and ratio are all data types that can be used to measure data.

Nominal: These are unordered and are more knowingly refered to as categorical. 148 more words


Lecture Pod 2 - Data Types

*This image was taken directly from the lecture.

This lecture pod was about one thing and one thing only – Data Types. There are four different types of data listed in this lecture. 378 more words