Berry, K. J.; Long, Michael A.; Mielke, Jr, Paul W.
October 2010
Psychological Reports;Oct2010, Vol. 107 Issue 2, p501
Academic Journal
Monte Carlo resampling methods to obtain probability values for chi-squared and likelihood-ratio test statistics for multiway contingency tables are presented. A resampling algorithm provides random arrangements of cell frequencies in a multiway contingency table, given fixed marginal frequency totals. Probability values are obtained from the proportion of resampled test statistic values equal to or greater than the observed test statistic value.


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