multinomial trials

multinomial trials

[¦məl·tə¦nō·mē·əl ′trīlz]
(statistics)
Unrelated trials with more than two possible outcomes the probabilities of which do not change from trial to trial.
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In this case, the cell counts are assumed to arise from independent multinomial trials. That is, for example, for a k x k contingency table,
In Pielou's first type of symmetry test, both of the above multinomial frameworks assume that the trials are independent multinomial trials. However, when a trial is the base-NN relation, the assumption of independence between trials is violated.