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Chapter 2 Displaying and Describing Categorical Data
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Simpson’s Paradox Data with different units should not be averaged. Percentages over different categorical variables may not be comparable and could result in Simpson’s Paradox . Slide 3- 2 Simpson’s Paradox is a correlation present between different groups that becomes reversed when the groups are combined.
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