The first part indicates it is a chi-square
test, and the number in parentheses represents the degrees of freedom.
test, r [chi square], is a test which has small values if the model fits the experimental data and big values otherwise.
test revealed the relationship between PFGE patterns and serogroups.
We compared the groups on demographic characteristics using t tests for continuous variables and chi-square
tests for categorical variables (Hays, 1994).
The results of the chi-square
test of the question items has shown in Table 1 and separately for teachers and professionals.
Enhanced student services/strategic investments were measured using chi-square
tests to track entering freshman student persistence from semester to semester and year to year within the realigned academic unit before and after realignment.
analysis by tooth loss: depression, anxiety, and a combined category of depression or anxiety were significantly different in tooth loss (p less than 0.
The Pearson Chi-square
test shows that there is no association between the two variables equality in provisions for skill development and gender as the value of significance is .
The frequencies of uncommon/rare versus established species of Odonata were compared between suborders (Anisoptera--dragonflies and Zygoptera--damselflies), habitat specificity, and primary habitat using chi-square
Statistical analysis (Pearson Chi-Square
test) have been performed using the statistical programs SPSS.
We used a Chi-square
test to analyze if number of eggs in the nest affected egg survival (all eggs survived or at least one disappeared) or hatching success (all eggs hatched or at least 1 failed), and if fledgling survival was associated with number of nestlings (all nestlings survived or at least 1 died).
For the longline study, an individual chi-square
analysis was used to compare the effectiveness of magnet type compared to the control.