What is cross tabulation?

he298c 2021-02-06 Answered
What is cross tabulation?

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Nichole Watt
Answered 2021-02-07 Author has 9789 answers
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Chi square test is described as the form of a test that determines interdependence and also correlation between categorical variables.
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Cross tabulation is described as the quantitative methodology of analysis of variables and relationship between them. It is important to mention that cross tabulation is also called as contingency table and it allows proper understanding of different types of variables and correlation between them. It is used in the industry of market research and the analysis is done on categorical data.
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