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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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More importantly, a cross-classification analysis showed that the FFQ placed 96% of participants into the same or adjacent quartile of intake for protein and calcium, and 98% of participants into the same or adjacent quartile of intake for vitamin D and vitamin K.
When theory is available, complete cross-classification could be combined with alternative weighting schemes that incorporate clinically meaningful relationships among conditions.
pretense accessions were mapped on the cross-classification climate map and assessed for a selection regime that may have influenced the genetic differentiation of accessions adapted to acid soils (Fig.
The cross-classification with respect to the other characteristics also shows analogous differences in the poverty rates.
The revised cross-classification was developed as part of the National Assessment of Vocational Education (see Horn and Meyer 1990).
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.
Table 5 reports the cross-classification of this variable for the item describing online learning.
That's been the challenge for the Oregon School Activities Association since it approved creation of cross-classification hybrid leagues to cut down on travel costs beginning in the 2010-11 school year.
He includes chapters on relevant constitutional provisions and procedures; structure of the central government budget; functional, economic, and cross-classification of the budget; recent budgetary reforms; central government taxes, expenditures, subsidies, and debt liabilities; state government taxes; center-state financial relations; transfer of resources through the finance commission and the planning commission; and state-local financial relations.