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 define continuous variable a variable that can have any value define categorical variable a variable that can only have a certain number of specific values (breed, sex etc) What data values can be used with normally distributed data? mean, standard deviation, mode, median, range, quartiles What data values can be used with skewed data? mode, median, range, quartiles what is nominal categorical data? no inherent relationship between categories (breed, sex etc) what is ordinal categorical data? there is an ordering or ranking within the category (BCS, grade of a heart murmur) what is a P value? tells how likely the results of a study are due to chance what P value is generally considered significant? p<= 0.05 What is a type I error? the study groups are not different, but we erroneously conclude they are What is a type II error? the study groups are different, but we erroneously conclude they are not What is alpha? the probability of making a type I error what is beta? the probability of making a type II error What is power, in relation to statistical analysis? ability to detect a difference between groups when there is a difference power = 1-beta What factors influence power? # of animals in the study magnitude of the difference between groups variability of measurements When is low power a concern? when a statistical significance could not be found could indicate that there is a relationship but the study was unable to detect it What is a confidence interval? indicate the reliability of an estimate What level are confidence intervals usually calculated at? 95% *can also be at 90, 99, 99.9 etc What is survival analysis? measures the time to an event eg: death, calving, development of clinical signs, disease, discharge What curve is used in survival analysis? Kaplan-Meier What is censoring? the animal hasn't had the outcome by the end of the study or is lost to follow up, and therefore the survival time is unknown