Continuous variable, Advanced Statistics

Continuous variable: The measurement which is not restricted to the particular values except in so far as this is constrained by the accuracy of measuring instrument. General examples include temperature, weight, height, and blood pressure. For this type of variable equal sized differences on the different parts of the scale are equivalent.

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