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Just about any kind of data can be sorted into different groups. (If this does not answer the question, please reword your question and submit again.)

Q: What data can be sorted into different groups?

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No, it can be sorted either in ascending or descending order.

Charts show the data by depicting quantities of different times or different groups altogether

There is nothing that can only be sorted in ascending order - unless the sorting is being done as the data are being generated.

Yes, there can be two means in a set of data if the data is divided into two distinct groups or populations that have different characteristics. Each group would have its own mean, and the overall set of data could have a mean that is the average of the means of the two groups.

They are groups of data.

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No, it is possible to sort on more than one column, which is used for sorting things within groups, like firstnames with surnames, or sales within months.

data can be sorted according to two different fields

No, it can be sorted either in ascending or descending order.

The built in array sorting algorithm (java.util.Arrays.sort) depends on the type of data being sorted. Primitive types are sorted with a modified implementation of quicksort. Objects are sorted with a modified implementation of mergesort.

No, it can be sorted either in ascending or descending order.

Charts show the data by depicting quantities of different times or different groups altogether

The data are sorted.

The three groups into which all living things can be sorted into are: 1.Herbivores 2.Carnivores 3.Omnivores

The three groups into which all living things can be sorted into are: 1.Herbivores 2.Carnivores 3.Omnivores

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