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Difference Between Levels Of Data Measurement Scales (nominal, Ordinal, Interval, And Ratio) And Types Of Data Rating Scales (rating, Ranking, Sorting, Etc.)?

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The four levels of measurement are Nominal, Ordinal, Interval, and Ratio.

Nominal - Mutually exclusive, categories, Exhaustive

Ordinal- Mutually exclusive, categories, Exhaustive and Rank ordered

Interval- Mutually exclusive, categories, Exhaustive with Rank ordered plus you can measure the distance between / numerical value. This measurement does not have a 0 point so there are no percentages or ratios.

Ratio- Mutually exclusive, categories, Exhaustive with Rank ordered. This measurement does have a 0 point indicating the absence of the variable.

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