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Keara Thomas Discussion 1 week 3 Week 3 discussion 1 Now that we are more familiar with StatCrunch and making cross-tabulation tables, discuss how the  textbook author (Dr. Polit) created Figure 8.2 (the cross tabulation table on p. 174).  Can you get the data  into StatCrunch and perform the Chi-Square test?  All the answers are there for you in the table- can you  get StatCrunch to generate them? Contingency table results: Rows: complications Columns: None Cell format Count (Row percent) (Column percent) (Percent of total) (Expected count) 72 hours 96 hours Total yes 9 (45%) (18%) (9%) (10) 11 (55%) (22%) (11%) (10) 20 (100%)
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  • Spring '14
  • myers
  • Harshad number, Pearson's chi-square test, Contingency table results, cross tabulation table, Keara Thomas Discussion

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