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contingency table

n.
A statistical table that shows the observed frequencies of data elements classified according to two variables, with the rows indicating one variable and the columns indicating the other variable.
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contingency table

n
(Statistics) statistics an array having the frequency of occurrence of certain events in each of a number of samples
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contin′gency ta`ble


n.
the frequency distribution for a two-way statistical classification.
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The correlation analysis result between Hasford score with early molecular response using Contingency Coefficient correlation test acquired p=0.018; r=0.413.
% 1 0-9 18 4.2 9 5.3 27 4.5 2 10-19 34 8.0 9 5.3 43 7.2 3 20-29 55 12.9 22 12.9 77 12.9 4 30-39 72 16.9 14 8.2 86 14.5 5 40-49 64 15.1 36 21.2 100 16.8 6 50-59 80 18.8 33 19.4 113 19.0 7 >60 102 24.0 47 27.6 149 25.0 Total 425 100 170 100 595 100 Contingency Coefficient =0.136; P<0.080 (NS) Table 2.
Comparison between patients with CKD and control group in terms of contingency coefficient and p-value is shown in table-II.
In order to determine the intensity of correlation between bank size and profitability, we calculate contingency coefficient:
Further, Contingency Coefficient was used for assessing association of hospital quality with socio-demographic variables.
The contingency coefficient was significant (p<0.05) for more than half the questions, indicating RNs had a higher percentage of correct answers compared to CNAs.
Error (a) Nominal by Nominal Contingency Coefficient .362 Interval by Interval Pearson's R .361 .129 Ordinal by Ordinal Spearman Correlation .225 .066 N of Valid Cases 233 Approx.
Statistical methods adopted to address the objectives were frequencies, proportions, contingency coefficient and Chi square test for proportion.
There is a medium dependency among the portion of useful, trivial and inexplicable rules and their occurrence in the set of the discovered rules extracted from the file B1, the contingency coefficient is statistically significant.
To that end, the intensity of dependency determined by means of contingency coefficient as per formula (1) was used.

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