1. Gender (male/female) is not a quantitative variable.
A qualitative nominal variable is a qualitative variable where no ordering is possible or implied in the levels. For example, the variable gender is nominal because there is no order in the levels female/male. Eye color is another example of a nominal variable because there is no order among blue, brown or green eyes.
Qualitative data describes qualities or characteristics. It is collected using questionnaires, interviews, or observation, and frequently appears in narrative form. For example, it could be notes taken during a focus group on the quality of the food at Cafe Mac, or responses from an open-ended questionnaire.
For example, gender is a nominal variable that can take responses male/female, which are the categories the nominal variable is divided into. A nominal variable is qualitative, which means numbers are used here only to categorize or identify objects.
Herobrine is not a real character and was only present in a man-made Mod content. The creator of Minecraft, Notch, also reportedly spoke about Herobrine and revealed that it was removed in the Beta 1.6. But a lot of players have claimed to see Herobrine in the game.
The good news is that herringbone doesn't appear to be going out of style anytime soon. “I believe that, with the flexibility of patterns and the history behind it as well as the many looks you can get with it herringbone, this trend will remain strong for a good while,” says Laipple.