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Discrete vs Continuous Patrick Tully posted Jul 7, 2018 2:23 PM In theory, data can be discrete and continuous. It all depends on what scale is being used. First, it is important to understand the different between discrete and continuous data. Discrete data is data that can be quantified into finite states (Groebner, Shannon, & Fry, 2014). Assume that in a jar, there is an assortment of coins. The jar could have 0 quarters, 1 quarter, 5 quarters, etc. There is no possibility for a jar to have a number of quarters between two whole numbers, thus making the data discrete. Continuous data is som ...
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