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"Ok then I must be confused. I thought a chi-squared test required two variables. If…"

Berkeley Sarah replied Jul 28, 2011 to One indicator variable, two categories, statistically significant test?

13 Jul 28, 2011
Reply by K.Kalyanaraman

"Thanks but I think I need a proportions test because I do not have two categorical v…"

Berkeley Sarah replied Jul 28, 2011 to One indicator variable, two categories, statistically significant test?

13 Jul 28, 2011
Reply by K.Kalyanaraman

"Yes, thank you! This is what I am looking for."

Berkeley Sarah replied Jul 28, 2011 to One indicator variable, two categories, statistically significant test?

13 Jul 28, 2011
Reply by K.Kalyanaraman

"Thanks. This would be akin to a gender variable. 0 if male; 1 if female. I'm interes…"

Berkeley Sarah replied Jul 27, 2011 to One indicator variable, two categories, statistically significant test?

13 Jul 28, 2011
Reply by K.Kalyanaraman

"Thanks. This would be akin to a gender variable. 0 if male; 1 if female. I'm interes…"

Berkeley Sarah replied Jul 27, 2011 to One indicator variable, two categories, statistically significant test?

13 Jul 28, 2011
Reply by K.Kalyanaraman

"Thank you. They, however, are using one data source -- The Framingham Heart Study."

Berkeley Sarah replied Aug 30, 2010 to Social Network Technique

2 Aug 30, 2010
Reply by Berkeley Sarah

"I have finally gotten around to standardizing what true and false meant. It changed…"

Berkeley Sarah replied Apr 8, 2010 to Data preparation for factor analysis

9 May 18, 2010
Reply by Laurence Moseley

"Hi Arun (& others) -- Thanks for your reply; your explanation is so clear! Let…"

Berkeley Sarah replied Apr 1, 2010 to Data preparation for factor analysis

9 May 18, 2010
Reply by Laurence Moseley

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