contingency table

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contingency table

[kən′tin·jən·sē ‚tā·bəl]
(statistics)
A table for classifying elements of a population according to two variables, the rows corresponding to one variable and the columns to the other.

contingency table

see CROSS-TABULATION.
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For the statistical forecast evaluation, a multiclass contingency table was constructed.
The results of the contingency table (Table 4) enable rejection of the null hypothesis, i.
In fact, Fisher's test is not limited to 2 x 2 tables and our technique could therefore be extended to more complex problems (or mobility questions) that can be summarized using larger contingency tables.
We used 2X2 contingency tables and Fisher's exact test (df= 1) to compare prey occurrence between seasons (a = 0.
79 II-IV 8 (28) 12 (24) (a) Fisher exact test for 2 X 2 contingency tables, Mann-Whitney test for age and smoking pack-years, and [chi square] test for trend for histologic grade.
Fisher's exact test for 2 x 2 contingency tables and Kendall's x), are the inferred associations of the XRBG, NSXRE, and NEE in relation to (1) SSN and (2) SSA.
In the contingency table the row total denotes the prediction made from the dichotomous classification model while the column total denotes the profile status of- the firms.
Good, "On the estimations of small frequencies in contingency tables," Journal of the Royal Statistical Society.
Table 4 shows the contingency table for users u and v with the same role.
The data were processed by using the statistical program IBM SPSS Statistics 22, which was subsequently analyzed the dependency between the two nominal variables by means of contingency tables and Pearson's chi-squared test.
Plan for statistical Analysis: All the data obtained was properly arranged and statistically tabulated in 2 X 2 contingency tables.

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