The average for each response is determined by central tendency measures. Variability measures reveal the spread or dispersion of your data.
The measure of extremely basic but very useful statistical functions that indicates a centre point or typical value of the dataset is called Central Tendency. It aids in identifying the point value at which the majority of the value in the distribution falls, referring to the distribution's centre.
The mode, median, and mean are the three primary metrics of central tendency.
Central Tendency Measures are a summary measure that seeks to summarise an entire collection of data with a single value that indicates the middle or centre of its distribution.
The most common metric of central tendency is the mean. Arithmetic mean, weighted mean, geometric mean (GM), and harmonic mean are examples of several types of means (HM).