- Can Chi Square be used for Likert scale?
- Is weight nominal or ordinal?
- Is ordinal data discrete or continuous?
- Is Likert scale categorical data?
- Is Likert scale ordinal or scale in SPSS?
- Is age nominal or ordinal?
- Is a rating scale ordinal or interval?
- Are scales ordinal or interval?
- Can an ordinal Likert scale be a continuous variable?
- Is age nominal or ordinal in SPSS?
- Is ethnicity nominal or ordinal?

## Can Chi Square be used for Likert scale?

A variety of options for analyzing Likert scale data exist including the chi square statistic.

The chi square statistic compares survey respondents’ actual responses to questions with expected answers to assess the statistical significance of a given hypothesis.

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## Is weight nominal or ordinal?

When working with ratio variables, but not interval variables, the ratio of two measurements has a meaningful interpretation. For example, because weight is a ratio variable, a weight of 4 grams is twice as heavy as a weight of 2 grams.

## Is ordinal data discrete or continuous?

Ordinal (ordered) variables, e.g., grade levels, income levels, school grades. Discrete interval variables with only a few values, e.g., number of times married. Continuous variables grouped into small number of categories, e.g., income grouped into subsets, blood pressure levels (normal, high-normal etc)

## Is Likert scale categorical data?

Categorical for a likert scale as it is an ordinal variable. There is some debate on this topic as some people choose to see it as a continuous variable. For our survey analysis, we chose to treat it like an ordinal variable and used ordinal regression.

## Is Likert scale ordinal or scale in SPSS?

Various statistical models have been developed and are currently headed under the Item Response Theory framework. The simple answer is that Likert scales are always ordinal. The intervals between positions on the scale are monotonic but never so well-defined as to be numerically uniform increments.

## Is age nominal or ordinal?

Age can be both nominal and ordinal data depending on the question types. I.e “How old are you” is a used to collect nominal data while “Are you the first born or What position are you in your family” is used to collect ordinal data. Age becomes ordinal data when there’s some sort of order to it.

## Is a rating scale ordinal or interval?

This one is easy to remember because nominal sounds like name (they have the same Latin root). Ordinal refers to quantities that have a natural ordering. The ranking of favorite sports, the order of people’s place in a line, the order of runners finishing a race or more often the choice on a rating scale from 1 to 5.

## Are scales ordinal or interval?

Nominal scale is a naming scale, where variables are simply “named” or labeled, with no specific order. Ordinal scale has all its variables in a specific order, beyond just naming them. Interval scale offers labels, order, as well as, a specific interval between each of its variable options.

## Can an ordinal Likert scale be a continuous variable?

Although these scales are technically ordinal in that they consist of a series of ordered categories, there are several authors who have researched this trait of Likert type data, and have found consistent support for the use of these variables as approximately continuous.

## Is age nominal or ordinal in SPSS?

Age is frequently collected as ratio data, but can also be collected as ordinal data. This happens on surveys when they ask, “What age group do you fall in?” There, you wouldn’t have data on your respondent’s individual ages – you’d only know how many were between 18-24, 25-34, etc.

## Is ethnicity nominal or ordinal?

Categorical variables can be sub-classified as nominal or ordinal with ordinal variables have a natural ordering, whereas nominal variables do not. Gender, Diabetes and Race/Ethnicity were nominal categorical variables, they have no natural order and individuals can only be put into categories for these variables.