chi-square statistic

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chi-square statistic

[′kī ¦skwār stə‚tis·tik]
(statistics)
A statistic which is distributed approximately in the form of a chi-square distribution; used in goodness-of-fit.
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The results of the dependency examination in individual variable categories are depicted in the following results of Pearson's chi-square test.
The defined hypothesis, according the result of Pearson's chi-square test, brings the conclusion that an alternative hypothesis applies--there is a dependency between engineering industry and marketing performance.
001 Data are expressed as frequency distribution, percentages and meantstandard deviation * Pearson's Chi-square test and t-test for independent samples Table 2.
Note that the Pearson's chi-square test of homogeneity did not reveal any imbalance in the percent of completed blood tests between treatment arms, which could have biased results.
The Pearson's Chi-square test found significant association between the number of outgoing calls and driver's age (p = 0.
To examine the relationship between the use of hands-free devices and the extent of cell phone use while driving, Table 5 shows the numbers and percentages of the users and non-users of hands-free devices broken down by the different levels of cell phone use indicators along with Pearson's Chi-square test results.
However, the Pearson's Chi-square test only proved association between pulling off the road on one hand and age and education level on the other hand to be significant.
Pearson's Chi-square tests of association were performed between the death of a child under the age of five years and several socio-economic and demographic variables of interest.
Based on results obtained from Pearson's Chi-square tests of association, children who died are characterised by a low immunisation-coverage rate (P = 0.
Pearson's chi-square tests were used to assess the statistical significance of the relationships between self-esteem and health-risk behaviors and also potential gender differences.
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