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W3: Topic 1
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W3: Topic 1 55 unread replies.55 replies. In chapter 2 we learn about types of data that epidemiologists use and how variables are classified. For this topic, I've assigned everyone in the class a specific concept based on their last name. Check the table below to find your concept. Your task is to review the concept based on information in chapter 2 and then find a published example of this concept in a credible source, preferably related to epidemiology or health science. No repeat examples! Each person should find a unique example using that concept. Provide a link to the example and briefly summarize how it's used. Provide the link to the source for easy clicking, but you should also take the time to format the source in APA style. For your follow-up replies, choose two different concepts that interest you and offer your explanation of what the concept means in your own words. Try to explain it using non-technical words that are easy to understand. Once a concept has been explained twice by someone--that concept cannot be chosen again! Concept Assigned to Last Names Beginning with: Qualitative data Quantitative data B Discrete data Fl Dichotomous data Fo Continuous data Fr Discrete variable Go Continuous variable Gr Nominal data Lo Ordinal data Pa Interval data Re Ratio data So Sample data Ti A statistic My last name is Foster so you have to choose and talk about dichotomous data.

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