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Is categorical data ordinal?

Categorical variables are those that have discrete categories or levels. Categorical variables can be further defined as nominal, dichotomous, or ordinal. Nominal variables describe categories that do not have a specific order to them.... Ordinal variables have two are more categories that can be ordered or ranked.
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