contingency table


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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.
[1945–50]
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Table-2: Sensitivity and specificity 2x2 contingency table of Diabetic Retinopathy Diagnosis (n=2350 eyes).
Table 2 is the contingency table for SRHRCT in relation to RCT and AP.
Association analysis of GABRG-2 polymorphism between CC, CT and TT genotypes using 2x3 contingency table, degree of freedom 2 and Chi-square test for independence statistically showed insignificant result as [chi square] value was 0.12 and p value was > 0.05 (Table 2).
Epidemiological estimates of the test like sensitivity, specificity, positive predictive value (PPV), negative predictive value (NPV), false positive and false negative rule and likelihood ratio were calculated using a 2x2 contingency table.
Sample size must be fairly large; at least 10 and no expected frequency is less than five in cells of contingency table.
Raw and Adjusted Contingency Tables (a,b,c) Variables Cluster 1 Raw cluster-treatment contingency table Immediate treatment, (No.
According to Guedes, Ivanqui, Martins, and Cochia (1999) is understood as correspondence analysis the exploratory technique of multivariate analysis which allows obtaining a multidimensional graphical representation of the dependence between the rows and/or columns of a contingency table of two inputs, where the rows and columns represent categories or arrangements for categorical variables.
Because color ratings (the dependent variable) and some independent variables are dichotomous in nature, contingency table analysis was performed to determine association.
Contingency table: physical activities shared in social networks according to territorial areas Physical and A1- Northeast A2- East A3- South sporting activities published on social networks No count 4 22 22 % within areas 100% 95.7% 88% Si count 0 1 3 % within areas 0% 4.3% 12% Physical and A4- Center A5-Northwest A6- North sporting activities published on social networks No count 35 16 12 % within areas 68.6% 88.9% 63.2% Si count 16 2 7 % within areas 31.4% 11.1% 36.8% Cramer's V =.311; p =.019 Table 3.
For each targeted mRNAs, we then calculated the numbers of miRNAs that have target relationships ([p.sub.i]) with the mRNA and those that do not ([p.sub.j]) using the two-by-two contingency table. We also calculated the numbers of miRNAs not in the input miRNA cluster by dividing those that have a target relationship ([p.sub.k]) with the mRNA and those that do not ([p.sub.l]), as shown in Table 1.
Contingency table for all thermal stress classes In Wageningen, Netherlands, for a windy and sunny location, number of afternoons (between 1200-1500 UTC 15 September 2011-15 September 2015; +3-h lead time).
The odds ratio as calculated by 2x2 contingency table indicated a significant association of the minor allele with the increased risk of diabetes (p=0.013).

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