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Tipos de variables
Las variables permiten clasificar a los individuos, objetos, entidades, etc en los que se mide la característica.
El análisis estadístico de la información se efectúa sobre los valores de las variables, puesto que las técnicas estadísticas que se apliquen defenderán de ellos.
La clasificación que se hecho de las variables, según las características de los valores que puedentomar son las siguientes:
Hay variables categóricas, por ejemplo, las nominales y las ordinales. De igual modo hay variables numéricas, como las discretas y las continuas.
En síntesis, los distintos tipos de variables expresan distintos niveles de medición de las características:
Las variables categóricas nominales expresan mediciones en las que sólo se clasifica en distintas categorías a losindividuos, objetos o entidades.
Las variables categóricas ordinales expresan mediciones en las que, además de clasificar en categorías, se establece un orden entre dichas categorías.
Las variables numéricas discretas expresan mediciones en las que, además de clasificar en categorías ordenadas, existe una cuantificación que corresponde a los números enteros.
Las variables numéricas continuasexpresan mediciones en las que, además de clasificar en categorías ordenadas y cuantificadas, la cuantificación establecida corresponde a los números reales.


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