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    Setting Oridinals for Data




    Can anyone advise me on the use of HIGH/MEDIUM/LOW/NON-USER ordinals against a numeric data set (sales marketshare percentages ranging from 0-78%)? How do you decide to set the boundaries for the various categories/ranges?

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    Welcome MDS. You can try plotting the data to see if there is any "natural" cutoff points.

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