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Ordinal Variable

An ordinal variable is a variable that can have one of a limited number of possible values with an intrinsic ordering involved. An example would be a survey response column where responses are ordered by intensity (e.g., “Strongly disagree”, “disagree”, “neutral”, “agree” or “Strongly agree”)

Ordinal Variable

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