**1.** 1.** Being of a specified position in** a numbered series: an *Ordinal* rank of seventh

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**2.** ** Ordinal** definition is - a book of rites for the ordination of deacons, priests, and bishops.

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**3.** ə l / (also *Ordinal* number)** a number such as 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, that shows the position of something in a list of things**: Fifth and 200th are *Ordinal* numbers.

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**4.** *Ordinal* is** the second of 4 hierarchical levels of measurement: nominal, Ordinal, interval, and ratio.** The levels of measurement indicate how precisely data is recorded

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**5.** While nominal and *Ordinal* variables are categorical, interval and ratio variables are quantitative

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**6.** Nominal data differs from *Ordinal* data because it cannot be ranked in an order.

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**7.** Find 27 ways to say ** Ordinal**, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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**8.** *Ordinal* Scale is defined as** a variable measurement scale used to simply depict the order of variables and not the difference between each of the variables.** These scales are generally used to depict non-mathematical ideas such as frequency, satisfaction, happiness, a degree of pain, etc.

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**9.** *Ordinal* data involves placing information into an order, and** "***Ordinal*" and "order" sound alike, making the function of *Ordinal* data also easy to remember.

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**10.** 42 rows · An *Ordinal* Numberis** a number that tells the positionof something in a list, such as 1st,** …

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**11.** Noun Also called *Ordinal* numeral

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**12.** *Ordinal* data kicks things up a notch

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**13.** Here are some examples of *Ordinal* data: Income level (e.g

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**14.** ** Ordinal** number definition is - a number designating the place (such as first, second, or third) occupied by an item in an ordered sequence.

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**15.** *Ordinal* data is a statistical type of quantitative data in which variables exist in naturally occurring ordered categories

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**16.** The distance between two categories is not established using *Ordinal* data

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**17.** In statistics, a group of *Ordinal* numbers indicates *Ordinal* data and a group …

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**18.** An ** Ordinal** number is a number that indicates position or order in relation to other numbers: first, second, third, and so on.Author Mark Andrew Lim defines

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**19.** ** Ordinal** data can also be analyzed using advanced statistical analysis tools such as hypothesis testing Hypothesis Testing Hypothesis Testing is a method of statistical inference

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**20.** In the 1940s, Stanley Smith Stevens introduced four scales of measurement: nominal, *Ordinal*, interval, and ratio

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**21.** ** Ordinal** Data: Definition, Examples, Key Characteristics

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**22.** If we need to define ** Ordinal** data, we should tell that

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**23.** ** Ordinal** data is data which is placed into some kind of order by their position on the scale

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**24.** A user suggests that this English entry be cleaned up, giving the reason: “split senses (number, word) and move to ** Ordinal** number”

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**25.** Synonyms for ** Ordinal** in Free Thesaurus

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**26.** 2 synonyms for ** Ordinal**: no.,

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**27.** ‘The answers were transformed to an ** Ordinal** scale with values from 0 to 6.’ ‘The Mann-Whitney U test is appropriate when the independent variable has two levels and the dependent variable is measured on an

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**28.** ** Ordinal** Markup is a unique, transfinite incremental web-based video game developed by Patcail, EditorThingy and Redfire75369

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**29.** What makes it unique is its application of ** Ordinal** Numbers

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**30.** The goal of ** Ordinal** Markup is to make an

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**31.** What is ** Ordinal** Data?

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**32.** The variables in ** Ordinal** data are listed in an ordered manner

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**33.** The ** Ordinal** variables are usually numbered, so as to indicate the order of the list

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**34.** ** Ordinal** numbers are generally considered to be ordered from high to low, so that first place is considered highest, and fifth is lower than second

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**35.** ** Ordinal** numbers corresponding to numbers higher than 20 use cardinal numbers for all the places preceding the final

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**36.** ** Ordinal** definition: denoting a certain position in a sequence of numbers Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples

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**37.** ** Ordinal** data is a type of qualitative (non-numeric) data that groups variables into descriptive categories

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**38.** A distinguishing feature of ** Ordinal** data is that the categories it uses are ordered on some kind of hierarchical scale, e.g

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**39.** On the levels of measurement, ** Ordinal** data comes second in complexity, directly after nominal data.

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**40.** ** Ordinal** numbers indicate the order or rank of things in a set (e.g., sixth in line; fourth place)

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**41.** ** Ordinal** groups may be used in conjunction with the box-direction property to control the order in which the direct children of a box appear

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**42.** When the computed box-direction is normal, a box will display its elements starting from the lowest numbered ** Ordinal** group and ensure that those elements appear to the left (for horizontal boxes) or at the

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**43.** In common usage, an ** Ordinal** number is an adjective which describes the numerical position of an object, e.g., first, second, third, etc

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**44.** In formal set theory, an ** Ordinal** number (sometimes simply called an "

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**45.** Principal Translations: Inglés: Español: ** Ordinal** number,

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**46.** (sequential numeral: 1st, 2nd, etc.) número ** Ordinal** loc nom m locución nominal masculina: Unidad léxica estable formada de dos o más palabras que funciona como sustantivo masculino ("ojo de buey", "agua mala").: In the sequence of

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**47.** The numbers which give us the exact position of an object are called ** Ordinal** numbers

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**48.** ** Ordinal** numbers tell the position of an object rather than their quantity

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**49.** We can use ** Ordinal** numbers to define their position.

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**50.** The java.lang.Enum.*Ordinal*() method returns the ** Ordinal** of this enumeration constant (its position in its enum declaration, where the initial constant is assigned an

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**51.** Following is the declaration for java.lang.Enum.*Ordinal*() method

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**52.** Public final int ** Ordinal**() Parameters

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**53.** This method returns the ** Ordinal** of this enumeration constant.

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**54.** The ** Ordinal** numbers (or just

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**55.** Specifically, ** Ordinal** numbers generalise the concept of ‘the next number after …’ or ‘the index of the next item after …’

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**56.** In particular, the next number after the natural numbers is the first infinite ** Ordinal** number.

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**57.** ** Ordinal** or rank: Where objects in one category are not only different from those in other categories but also stand in some kind of relation to them, eg, grades in assessment A > B > CInterval: This scale has the characteristics of an

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**60.** ** Ordinal** refers to the sequence in which something is in relation to others of its kind

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**61.** Examples of ** Ordinal** numbers are first, third, 11th, and 123rd

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**62.** ** Ordinal** numbers can be contrasted to cardinal numbers.

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**ORDINAL** [ˈôrdnəl]

NOUN

**ordinal** (noun) · **ordinals** (plural noun)

- short for ordinal number.

- a service book, especially one with the forms of service used at ordinations.

ADJECTIVE

**ordinal** (adjective)

ordinal number. n. 1. (Mathematics) **a number denoting relative position in a sequence**, such as first, second, third. Sometimes shortened to: ordinal. 2. (Logic) logic maths a measure of not only the size of a set but also the order of its elements.

adjective. Definition of ordinal (Entry 2 of 2) 1 : of a specified order or rank in a series . 2 : of or relating to a taxonomic order.

countable noun. An ordinal number or an ordinal is a word such as **'first,' 'third,' and 'tenth'** that tells you where a particular thing occurs in a sequence of things.

Ordinal in a sentence 1, 'First', 'second' and 'third' are ordinals . 2, '1st' is an ordinal . 3, Ordinal numbers are used in these sentences : 'She was fifth in the race' and 'They celebrated the 200th anniversary of the university's foundation'.