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Rao-Scott Correction
The Rao-Scott correction is applied to the test of response homogeneity for multiple responses. See Lavassani et al.(2009). The test of response homogeneity for multiple responses is available only for the structured tab.
In the case of a multiple response, you can have overlapping samples, meaning a single subject can provide more than one response. The Pearson chi-square test is not appropriate for multiple responses, because the multiple responses violate the Pearson chi-square test assumption of independence. In addition, expected values calculated using the marginal totals are influenced by the multiple responses because the totals are larger than if multiple responses were not allowed.
Rao-Scott chi-square statistic is defined as follows:
where
is the standard Pearson Chi-squared statistic and
is the correction factor defined by
where
is the total count of the multiple responses
is the total number of subjects and
C
is the number of response levels (number of columns in the Crosstab table).
The degrees of freedom is (
R
-1)
C
or the number of rows minus 1 times the number of columns.
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