### Table 2 lists methods accepting ratio, interval, and ordinal variables. Table 2. Methods accepting ratio, interval, and ordinal variables:

### Table 2.2: Encoding ordinal category variables.

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### Table 2.2: Encoding ordinal category variables.

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### Table 3. Sensitivity Analysis: Ordinal Variable and Sub-Indices for Direct Democracy

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### Table 4 summarizes the monofactorial correlation coefficients of every independent variable; for nominal and ordinal variables, the correlations between individual levels and the choice of construction are also provided.7

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### Table 1 DM-de quot;ned standard fuzzy numbers for the linguistic variables (ordinal values)

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"... In PAGE 7: ... For the qualitative (linguistic) evaluation, the experts can use the standard fuzzy numbers suggested by DM or di!erent fuzzy numbers. In this example, let us say that, the experts have used the standard fuzzy numbers speci quot;ed by DM given in Table1 (also see Fig. 3).... ..."

### Table 2: Examples of parameters provided as inputs to the CART algorithm. The columns list the variable name, type of frame for which it is applicable, whether it is an ordinal or categorical variable, and a description of what the variable represents.

"... In PAGE 6: ... Only a small subset of these were actually used by the CART algorithm to divide the data sets; most of the input parameters were found to be similar to (but not as good as) other parameters in the set in their ability to purify the tree nodes. Some of these input parameters are listed in Table2 . The table includes the name by which we reference the parameter, the types of frame for which it is used, and whether it is an ordinal (O) or categorical (C) variable.... ..."

### TABLE 2. SPEARMAN S RANK ORDER CORRELATIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABLES WITH DCA ORDINATION AXES.

### Table 2.1: Outcome of an Ordinal Logistic Regression (variables associated with clarity of a chest x-ray report)

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