### Which Charts Should You Use for Each Data Type?

Hey, it’s Chip! Today, let’s talk about which charts you should use for each data type. 🤓 For categorical data, charts that show frequencies are the best way to explore the data. These include bar charts, pie charts, and stacked bar charts. 📊 Bar Chart                      […]

### How Do Data Types Impact What Visualization and Statistical Techniques You Can Use?

Hey guys, it’s Chip! Today, let’s talk about how data types impact what visualization and statistical techniques you can use. 🤓 The type of data you have can impact the way you analyze and interpret your data. Different data types require different statistical techniques and visualization methods. 🔍 For example, if you have nominal data, […]

### How Do Data Types Compare in Terms of the Amount of Information They Carry?

Data types can be compared in terms of the amount of information they carry. Nominal data carries the least amount of information because it only represents categories or names without any order or numerical value. For example, if we are collecting data on the types of fruit people like, we can assign the categories “apple,” […]

### What are the Two Types of Numeric Data?

Hey, it’s Chip! Today, let’s talk about the two types of numeric data: continuous and discrete. 🤓 Continuous data is data that can take on any value in a given range or interval. Examples of continuous data include height, weight, and temperature. 📏 For example, if you are measuring the temperature outside, you might get […]

### What are the Two Main Types of Data ?

Hey guys, it’s Chip! Today, let’s talk about the two main types of data: numeric and categorical. 🤓 Numeric data is data that can be measured on a continuous scale and can be expressed as numbers. Examples of numeric data include age, weight, height, and temperature. 🔢 For example, if you are trying to find […]

### What is Binary Data?

Binary data is a type of data that only has two possible values. These values are often represented by the numbers 0 and 1, or the words “Yes” and “No” or “True” and “False”. 🤔 For example, when you answer a “Yes” or “No” question, you are providing binary data. If you are asked if […]

### What are the Types of Numeric Data?

Hey, it’s Chip! Today, we’re going to talk about the types of numeric data. 🤓 There are two types of numeric data: interval and ratio. 🔢 Interval data is data in which the distance between units is the same, but there is no absolute zero. 🤔 Think of the temperature scale – the distance between […]

### What are the Types of Categorical Data?

Hey guys, it’s Chip! Today, let’s talk about categorical data and its types. 🤓 Categorical data is data that represents groups or categories. It is not measured on a continuous scale but rather is qualitative in nature. There are two main types of categorical data: nominal and ordinal. 📊 Nominal data is data in which […]