Posts Tagged ‘ Contingency table ’

Contingency Tables – Fisher’s Exact Test

March 6, 2010

A contingency table is used in statistics to provide a tabular summary of categorical data and the cells in the table are the number of occassions that a particular combination of variables occur together in a set of data. The relationship between variables in a contingency table are often investigated using Chi-squared tests. The simplest contingency

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