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Categorical Data Analysis

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The Naming of Parts Categorical Data Frequency Tables The Chi-Squared Goodness-of-Fit Test The Chi-squared Distribution The Binomial Test The Chi-squared test for association Simpson, Cohen and McNemar

SPSS procedures that help Frequencies Crosstabs Chi-square Binomial Types of Data Quantitative Qualitative Nominal Ordinal Frequency Table Bar chart Cross-classification or Contingency Table Simple use of SPSS Crosstabs Goodness of Fit Chi-squared Test Chance performance and the Binomial Test Confidence Intervals for Binomial Proportions Pearson’s Chi-squared Yates’ Continuity Correction Fisher’s Exact Test Odds and Odds Ratios Log Odds and Log Odds ratios Sensitivity and Specificity Signal Detection Theory Simpson’s Paradox Measures of agreement: Cohen’s Kappa Measures of change: McNemar’s Test

Association or Independence: Chi-squared test of association Comparing two or more classified samples

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