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Type of Features : Define and Give Examples :

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Define and give examples for the following types of features/attributes/characteristics/dimensions:

  • Nominal
  • Ordinal
  • Continuous

Asked on 09:11, Saturday 9 Nov 2019 By Imed BOUCHRIKA
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Answer (1)

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  • Nominal features: is a named data seperated into discrete categories which means that this data has two or more possible values (The order doesn't mean anything) and these values are not numerical (except 0,1 in binary values).
    • Examples of nominal features:
      1. Animals: Dog, Cat, Bird,  ...
      2. Colors: Black, Red, Blue, Green, ....
      3. Gender: Male, Female.
      4. Employer: Yes,No  or (0,1).
      5. ....
  • Ordinal features: It has almost the same definition of nominal features, but the difference between them is that this data has a useful or meaningful order unlike the nominal features.
    • Examples of ordinal features:
      1. Education Level: Bachelor, Master,Phd ...
      2. Age categories: Junior, Senior ..
      3. ....
  • Continuous features: the data has an infinite number of possible values as oposed to previous features.
    • Examples of continuous features:
      1. Age: 3, 5, 8.6 ......
      2. Salary: 18.000, 25.000, 10.000, 100.000 ...
      3. ....

Answered on 12:17, Saturday 9 Nov 2019 by abdennour redjaibia (282 points)
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Answer (2)

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- nominal features: is a data descripted by their name, like Color.

- ordinal features: is a data when we can take in compative classes, like level.

- continuous features: is a data have not exacte value in time, like age.

Answered on 13:56, Saturday 9 Nov 2019 by Ouahiba HANDEL
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Answer (3)

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Three types of Features or data:

  1. ordinal: is a categorical type. Observations can take a value that can be ordered or logically classified. Categories associated with ordinal variables can be ranked higher or lower than others, but do not necessarily establish a numerical difference between each category.                                                                                                                                                                            examples: academic grades (A, B, C)- clothing size (small, medium, large, very large) and attitudes (strongly agree, agree, disagree, strongly disagree).              
  2. nominal: is a categorical type. Observations can take a value that can not be organized in a logical sequence.                                                                                                                                   
    examples: gender, type of business, color, religion and brand.                                      
  3. continue: is a numeric type. The observations can take any value between a certain set of real numbers. The value given to an observation for a continuous variable may include values ​​as small as the measuring instrument allows.                                                                                                  
    examples: height, time, age and temperature.

 

Answered on 19:12, Saturday 9 Nov 2019 by Mouhamed Salah Ben khalfallah (14 points)
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1.nominal: colors :black,brown.....

                  languages:frensh,englich....

                   gender:female,male

2.ordinal: grade:a,b,c.....

                educational background:elementary,hight school.....

3.continue: temperature:-1,0.....

                   height:5.4,6.2.....

                   weight:50.33......

Answered on 15:17, Friday 15 Nov 2019 by belkis maarfia (25 points)
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Answer (5)

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1.nominal:Color,classes...

2.ordinal: hight,age...

3.continue: age,time,salary...

Answered on 16:59, Saturday 23 Nov 2019 by nesrine boutarfa (28 points)
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