### Examples of X and Y as continuous and Discrete data set

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Examples of X and Y as continuous and Discrete data set

Knowledge of X and Y as continuous and discrete factors is very basic and hence important.

Here are the Examples of X and Y as continuous and Discrete data set.

Yc- Y is continuous.

1. Improving Handling time

2. Reduce direct hiring expense

3. Reducing Recruitment Cost

4. Transport cost optimization

5. Handling time improvement

Yd-Y is discrete.

1. Reducing HR Desk tickets

2. Improve Process Quality

3. Improving productivity (in units)

4. Increasing claims transactions

5. Minimizing Machine failure

6. Reduction of Attrition

7. Recruitement TAT improvement

8. C Sat Improvement

9. Quality Improvement

10. Escalations Reduction

11. Defect Reduction

12. Improve Quality scores

Xc-X is continuous

1. advertisement Exp

2. age

3. appraisal in Rs

4. avail time

5. avg ringing time

6. duration of call

7. experience

8. KM data verification

9. log in hrs

10. monthly hold time

11. newspaper ad cost

12. reimbursement

13. salary

14. Bonus

15. tenure

Xd

1. associate

2. Back to Back routes

3. billing model

4. cab no show %age

5. CATEGORY

6. designation

7. discounts offered in %age

8. extended shifts

9. floor support availability

10. head count

11. No of holidays / Weekend

12. location

13. lower take home salary

14. Manager

15. maintenance team

16. No of customers

17. occupancy %

18. point pick up and drop

19. Poor growth rate

20. process type

21. product type

22. quality score

23. seating capacity

24. process complexity

25. TEAM LEADER

26. technical rating

27. trainer

28. training scores

29. TYPING ACCURACY

30. TYPING SPEED

31. volume received

MODE OF COMMUNICATION-English /Hindi **** Discrete – binary

space availability **** Discrete – binary

special offer **** Discrete – binary

stressful environment **** Discrete – binary

Use of short cut keys **** Discrete – binary

MONTH **** Discrete-Nominal

policy **** Discrete-Nominal

qualification **** Discrete-Nominal

shift **** Discrete-Nominal

source **** Discrete-Nominal

process knowledge **** Discrete-Nominal

RATING **** Discrete-Ordinal

Satisfaction level **** Discrete-Ordinal

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