Statistics - (Absolute|True) Zero

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Statistics - (Absolute|True) Zero


Absolute zero is the theoretical lowest possible temperature. More formally, it is the theoretical temperature at which entropy reaches its minimum value.

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Statistics - (Fraction|Ratio|Percentage|Share) (Variable|Measurement)

Ratio measurement gets its name from the fact that meaningful fraction (ratio or rational number) can be constructed with a ratio variable. Ratio is the deepest, most meaningful level of measurement,...
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Statistics - (Interval|Delta) (Measurement)

An interval (measurement|variable) gives: distance (a range) between two values and order (rank) between this distances The following properties applied to interval measurement: The interval...
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Statistics - (Scales of measurement|Type of variables)

According to Stevens theory (On the Theory of Scales of Measurement), the four scales of measurement are: nominal ordinal ...

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