Reading predicted score (with deviation and floor/ceiling)
Data Type information about data type Continuous variables are numeric variables that have an infinite number of values between any two values. For example, the length of a part or the date and time a payment is received.
Collected from information about collected from The earliest academic year data was collected from.
2012 - 13
||Name||Old name||Date collected||Sensitivity information about sensitivity||Identifiability information about identifiability||Values|
||KS2_VAREADPRED||n/a||2012 - 13 to 2014 - 15||information about sensitivity Data is given a sensitivity scale. Items are rated from A to E with A being highly sensitive and E being low. E||information about identifiability Data is scored on identifiability scale from 1 to 5, the lower the number the higher the identifiability. 5||range 3 - 39|