contingency table


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con·tin·gen·cy ta·ble

a tabular cross-classification of data such that subcategories of one characteristic are indicated in rows (horizontally) and subcategories of another are indicated in columns (vertically).
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Fig. 119 Contingency table . A contingency table for eye and hair colours in a sample population.

contingency table

a method of presenting results so as to show relationships between two characters which can then be tested statistically by a modified CHI-SQUARED TEST (the heterogeneity chi-square test). For example, eye colour and hair colour might be measured in a sample population and the results presented in a contingency table.
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Moving to Tier II (Table 2, relationships 1,6,7,8, and 9), similar ANOVA and contingency table analyses were conducted.
The degree of intensity of this association is reflected in the Chi-squared terms which show the contribution of each contingency table cell to this value (313.83; Table 5).
In terms of the contingency table values, ratio = (b/(b+d))/(a/(a+c)).
The correlation between expression of VEGF and CD34 and histology or clinical features was analyzed using a 2 x 2 contingency table and Pearson's Chi-square test, with the combing indicator of perioperative hemorrhage risk analyzed by logistic regression and receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curve.
Table 2 Contingency table showing relationship between the exposure of community violence and the rate of anti-social behaviour in children
Statistical Analysis Used: Significance between two groups was compared using one-way analysis of variance along with Tukey test, and Chi-square 2 x 2 contingency table at 95% confidence interval.
One way of testing the significance of the results is through conditional probability function using contingency tables. A contingency table enables us to compute the probability of misclassifying a troubled firm (type I error) and the probability of misclassifying non-troubled firm (type II error) for the, population ratios.

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