- Quantitative information consists of two types of data:
- Quantitative information always describes relationships
- These relationships involve either
- Simple associations between quantitative values and categorical subdivisions or
- More complex associations among multiple sets of quantitative values.
- There are four types of relationships within categories:
- There are three types of relationships between quantitative values
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