Factors Affecting Gastrointestinal Haemorrhage, Results of Chi-Squared Test
From the P - values in Chi-squared test, it can be interpreted that the factors associated with the occurrence of gastrointestinal haemorrhage are total leucocyte count more than 10,000/[mm.
Chi-Squared values and probabilities of goodness of fit of segregation ratios of F2 and backcross generations in a study of inheritance of leaf trichomes trait in three cross combinations are shown in Table 4.
The segregation ratios showed non-significant chi-squared values for the segregation ratios in F2 and backcross generations of the two crosses.
The primary purpose of this book is to provide a detailed exploration of the theory, methods, and applications of the chi-squared
goodness of fit test first advanced by Karl Pearson over 100 years ago.
For this set of data, you might use a chi-squared test to find out if these four groups are the same.
I also demonstrated the advantages of AOM over ANOVA and chi-squared.
Because all variables were presented as frequencies, statistical analysis was performed in accordance with the chi-squared
([chi square]) test to determine if the actual and expected values were similar by chance.
Contingency tables involving small numbers and the chi-squared
Some aspects of Verheij's use of chi-squared
suggest the latter approach.
We present a simple new function, the cumulative chi-squared
distribution, for assessing regions of misfit in a diffraction pattern and introduce a matrix which relates the impact of individual points in a powder diffraction pattern with improvements in the estimated standard deviation of refined parameters.
Further, Pleasants (1994) repeats an inaccuracy, first stated by Poole and Rathcke (1979), that the statistic P, when multiplied by n - 1, and divided by its expected value, is approximately distributed as chi-squared
on n - 1 df.