(Available only for multiple response data with one ore more grouping categories.) See Example of the Multiple Response Test. Contains the following tests for independence of responses across each grouping category:
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Shows or hides pvalues for each cell in the table for a chisquare test of independence. A small pvalue indicates a cell with an observed value that is larger or smaller than expected under the assumption that the rows are independent of the columns. The pvalues are colored and shaded according to whether the count is larger or smaller than expected. See Example of the Cell Chisq Test.
(Available only for single responses with one or more grouping variables.) Shows or hides a report that contains pairwise likelihood ratio and Pearson chisquare tests for independence of responses across levels of a grouping variable. See Example of Compare Each Sample with Comparison Letters.
(Available only for single and multiple responses with one or more grouping variables.) Shows or hides pairwise likelihood ratio chisquare, for independence of each level of the response versus all other levels combined across levels of a grouping variable. When a response has only two levels, Pearson chisquare and Fisher’s exact tests are also provided. See Example of Compare Each Cell with Comparison Letters.
(Available when the grouping variable has two levels and either the response has two levels or is a multiple response and the Unique occurrences within ID option has been selected.) Shows or hides the relative risks for a twolevel grouping variable for each level of the response. See Example of Conditional Association and Relative Risk.
(Available only when the Unique occurrences within ID option has been selected.) Shows or hides the conditional probability of one response level given a second response level. See Example of Conditional Association and Relative Risk.
(Available only for Rater Agreement responses.) Shows or hides the Kappa coefficient of agreement and the Bowker test of symmetry. See Example of Rater Agreement.