Let us consider an example of real data-set that can be represented in two
way data, set

Consider Axe company is doing a market research on there perfume products of different flavors. They took 3 different flavored Axe products. Out of the 30 people in the sample 12 likes the first flavor, 8 likes the second flavor, and 10 likes the third. Of those who viewed the first flavor, 8 indicated that they were likely to buy the product while the rest said they were either unsure or unlikely to buy the product. For those viewing the second flavor, 6 said they were likely to buy the product and for the third 7 said the same. The two-way table for the example is

\(\begin{array}{c|c} & Flavor\ 1 & Flavor\ 2 & Flavor\ 3 \\ \hline Likely\ to\ buy & 8 & 6 & 7\\ \hline Unsure\ or\ Unlikely\ to\ buy & 4 & 2 & 3\\ \hline Total & 12 & 8 & 10 \end{array}\)

We have considered an example of Axe flavors for the two way tab

Consider Axe company is doing a market research on there perfume products of different flavors. They took 3 different flavored Axe products. Out of the 30 people in the sample 12 likes the first flavor, 8 likes the second flavor, and 10 likes the third. Of those who viewed the first flavor, 8 indicated that they were likely to buy the product while the rest said they were either unsure or unlikely to buy the product. For those viewing the second flavor, 6 said they were likely to buy the product and for the third 7 said the same. The two-way table for the example is

\(\begin{array}{c|c} & Flavor\ 1 & Flavor\ 2 & Flavor\ 3 \\ \hline Likely\ to\ buy & 8 & 6 & 7\\ \hline Unsure\ or\ Unlikely\ to\ buy & 4 & 2 & 3\\ \hline Total & 12 & 8 & 10 \end{array}\)

We have considered an example of Axe flavors for the two way tab