STATISTICAL APPLICATIONS FOR PATIENT ORIENTED PRIMARY HEALTHCARE RESEARCH
|2 x 2 chi-square|
The equation below is the basic equation for the chi square two by two test.
Use the Chi square Webulator to enter your data and compute the Chi square observed score.
The computed score is referred to as
the chi-square observed. After computing the chi-square for the observed scores
we next determine the chi-square critical score which represents the chi-square for
the expected population.
degrees of freedom = (number of rows - 1) x (number of columns -1)
degrees of freedom = (2-1) x (2-1)
degrees of freedom = (1) x (1)
degrees of freedom = 1
and the "chi-square critical value for degrees of freedom of "1at p<0.05 = 3.84
The phi-coefficient provides an estimate of association in a 2 x 2 table and can help us determine the strength of association between the two variables. The phi-coefficient ranges between 0 and 1, typically.
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Professor William J. Montelpare, Ph.D.,