Cross-section Data

A cross-section data shows information about different subjects or elements of a sample or population during the same period of time.

The information below is not based on real statistical data, but it can help us understand what we mean by cross-section data.

In the table below, you can see that the subjects are different since the information was compiled for 5 different companies.

Second, the information was compiled during the same time period. It was during the year of 2001.

Cross section data

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