A vector of quantitative variables is a one-dimensional matrix or set of values where each value is positioned along a range (cf. vector of categorical variables). For example, if a house has 120m2 of living space and is built on 600m2 of land, these two facts make up a vector of continuous variables that describe it.
Quantitative variables can either be discrete (e.g. number of customer complaints) or continuous (e.g. size of a field).
- used by
- ALG_Deep Q-network ALG_Expectation maximization ALG_Latent semantic indexing ALG_Learning Vector Quantization ALG_Local outlier factor ALG_Long short-term memory network ALG_Multidimensional scaling ALG_Principal component analysis ALG_Projection pursuit ALG_Spherical k-means ALG_k-means ALG_k-medians ALG_k-medoids