CROSSTABS

CROSSTABS

Simple language for statistical analysis of tabular data. "User's Manual for the CROSSTABS System", Cambridge Computer Assoc (Feb 1977).
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Because of the non-random and not well-structured sampling method, p < .01 was adopted as the level of significance and non-parametric analysis was employed, though p < .05 was employed for post-hoc crosstabs. Only significant results are reported.
1 Crosstabs ou cruzamento de tabelas: "tecnica estatistica que descreve duas ou mais variaveis, simultaneamente, e origina tabelas que refletem a distribuicao conjunta de duas ou mais variaveis com um numero limitado de categorias ou valores distintos" (Malhotra, 2001, p.
The results of the two types of hernia repairs against the specified outcome measures were analysed with the following statistical methods: - descriptive - crosstabs - chisquare test.
Statistically, for the detection of frequency (%), Crosstabs and differences, Chi-Square(X2) test was used.
A phi coefficient was used to determine the magnitude of effect size, or strength of significant associations, identified in the crosstabs according to the following scale: .1 weak, .3 moderate, .5 strong.
To further investigate this finding and to answer the third hypothesis, crosstabs were used to examine perceptions among heterosexual men and women regarding personality traits as male or female appropriate.
The statistical features of MAXQDA Analytics Pro include descriptive statistics, statistical crosstabs, ANOVA, correlation, scales, and more.
Early studies presented data by descriptive statistical analysis and crosstabs. However, with rapid development of computer graphic technology, a series of novel and intuitional perceptual mappings have gained more and more attention from modern professional market analysts.
The sex ratios in all groups were tested for deviations from the expected 1:1 distribution by applying the chi-square ([chi square]) test (Crosstabs; SPSS).
Crosstabs of the data were analyzed to discover common demographic, physiologic, or psychosocial differences among the populations.