contingency table

(redirected from cross-classification)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Wikipedia.
Related to cross-classification: categorizations, assortments

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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

contingency table

see CROSS-TABULATION.
Collins Dictionary of Sociology, 3rd ed. © HarperCollins Publishers 2000
References in periodicals archive ?
For researchers interested in dividing existing expenditures into mutually exclusive categories of conditions, we recommend reporting the upper and lower bounds for the AF for each condition described above as well as our complete cross-classification weighting scheme.
This section seeks to find out more about the poor with the help of cross-classifications of the households and multivariate analysis.
For the multivariate analysis, models were fitted to the multi-way table formed by the cross-classification of MMSE score and age, social class, visual impairment, physical disability and physical difficulty.
Measures of Association for Cross-Classification, Part II, Journal of American Statistic Association 54: 123-163.
We reestimated the same set of models using the APR-DRG SOI class, and then the cross-classification of both SOI and ROM classes, in place of the ROM class alone.
3--What are the Cross-Classification of Students' Graduation Rank, English Scores, Math Scores, Chemistry Scores By High School System?
Holland (2000) is used to evaluate the invariance of the linking functions, and the cross-classification approach is used to evaluate the invariance of the composite cut scores.
Table 3 is the cross-classification of the treatment and outcome.
A cross-classification analysis was performed to determine whether the assessment methods had good agreement or if it misclassified participants into categories based on total intake or group servings.
The cross-classification "Gentlemen's Cup" for veterans over the age of 50 saw Angelo Negro from Italy dominated, claiming the trophy in Races One and Two.
There are some more cross-classification games in the area tonight.