Could someone please clarify the difference between these seemingly interchangeable groups? (quantitative,qualitative) vs (discrete,continuous).
Obviously they are not, but I cannot seem to pinpoint the reason why they are different inside my head. I am only a freshman college student so forgive my ignorance.
It would seem that discrete is kind of similar to qualitative, where as continuous is kind of similar to quantitative.
Are (quantitative,qualitative) and (discrete,continuous) just synonyms for each other or is (discrete,continuous) a subset of (quantitative)