Categorical variable, Advanced Statistics

Categorical variable: A variable which provides the appropriate label of observation after the allocation to one of the several possible categories, for instance, the respiratory status can be excellent, terrible, fair, poor, good, or blood group which can be AB, A, B, or O. Respiratory status is an example of an ordered categorical variable or ordinal variable whereas blood type is an example of the unordered categorical variable.

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