Terms used in official statistics

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Typological grouping


Definition:

It consists in isolating from the statistical population homogeneous groups according to variants of qualitative or quantitative features measured in weak measurement scales (nominal and order). An example of typological grouping based on qualitative qualification may be grouping unemployed people by education level.


High-level terms

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