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    i've watched loads of videos and i'm still left confused I have a chi-square tests table to analyse

    pearson chisquare, statistical value=18.676.. df=4 and asymp.sig (2-sided)=.001
    a. 0 cells (0%) have expexted count less than 5. The minimum expected count is 16.78

    symmetric measures
    nominal by nominal phi value=123 approx sig=.001

    can anyone help explain this to me? i'm being asked to see if they are statistically significant, if there is a relationship between the two variables and can i accept the null or reject it?
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    (Original post by jadie5669)
    i've watched loads of videos and i'm still left confused I have a chi-square tests table to analyse

    pearson chisquare, statistical value=18.676.. df=4 and asymp.sig (2-sided)=.001
    a. 0 cells (0%) have expexted count less than 5. The minimum expected count is 16.78

    symmetric measures
    nominal by nominal phi value=123 approx sig=.001

    can anyone help explain this to me? i'm being asked to see if they are statistically significant, if there is a relationship between the two variables and can i accept the null or reject it?


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    From what I see here the results are statistically significant, p=0.001. So you can reject the null and there seems to be a relationship. I will get back to you tomorrow on that latter one, though.
 
 
 
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