en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Measurement

The **type** is commonly not explicitly expressed, but implicit in the definition of a
**measurement** procedure. The magnitude is the numerical value of the
characterization, usually obtained with a suitably chosen **measuring** instrument.
A unit assigns a mathematical weighting factor to the magnitude that is derived as
a ratio to the ...

www.mymarketresearchmethods.com/types-of-data-nominal-ordinal-interval-ratio

There are four **measurement** scales (or **types** of data): nominal, ordinal, interval
and ratio. These are simply ways to categorize different **types** of variables. This
topic is usually discussed in the context of academic teaching and less often in
the “real world.” If you are brushing up on this concept for a statistics test, thank a
...

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An explanation of : interval; ordinal; ordered nominal; nominal; dichotomous; categorical vs. numerical; discrete vs. ordered categorical; continuous; percentages and ratios.

psc.dss.ucdavis.edu/sommerb/sommerdemo/scaling/levels.htm

Levels of **measurement**. What a scale actually means and what we can do with it
depends on what its numbers represent. Numbers can be grouped into 4 **types** or
levels: nominal, ordinal, interval, and ratio. Nominal is the most simple, and ratio
the most sophisticated. Each level possesses the characteristics of the ...

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Operations applied to various variables from the Questionnaires in the SPSS
depends on Scale assigned to the variables. Assigning a particular scale of
**measurement** depends on the numerical properties variable have, as discussed
in the last article "Scales of **Measurement**". Operations applied to various
variables from ...

www.ducksters.com/kidsmath/measurement_glossary.php

Unit - A unit of measurement is a standard by which measurements can be
compared. Different **types of measurements** use different units. Example: Inches
are a unit of measurement used to measure distance. Other units of
measurement include seconds (time), degrees (temperature), and grams (mass).
Volume - The ...

www.andrews.edu/~calkins/math/edrm611/edrm01.htm

What is Statistics: Descriptive Statistics vs Inferential Statistics; General terms
Used Throughout Statistics. Population; Sample; Parameter; Statistic. Basic
Mathematics for Statistics; Accuracy vs. Precision; Uses and Abuses of Statistics;
**Types** of Data. Qualitative; Quantitative: Discrete vs. Continuous. Levels of
**Measurement**: ...

framework.zend.com/manual/1.12/en/zend.measure.types.html

List of **measurement types**. Typ, Class, Standardunit, Description. Acceleration,
Zend_Measure_Acceleration, Meter per square second | m/s²,
Zend_Measure_Acceleration covers the physical factor of acceleration. Angle,
Zend_Measure_Angle, Radiant | rad, Zend_Measure_Angle covers angular
dimensions.

jephmaystruck.com/the-three-types-of-measurement

Nov 20, 2011 **...** There are three broad categories that encompass most, if not all **measurement**
regarding your marketing strategy. They are not mutually exclusive, your
marketing strategy will end up being **measured** by a combination of all three. The
three measures are descriptive, diagnostic, and predictive. Descriptive is ...