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A Measures of Association for Two-way Contingency Tables by Maximum Association
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 Title & Authors
A Measures of Association for Two-way Contingency Tables by Maximum Association
Kim, Sang-Giun; Lee, Woo-Rhee;
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 Abstract
Pearson statistics can be used as the measure of association for two-way contingency tables. However, it`s magnitude depends on the sample size N, the normalized index ${\phi}^2
 Keywords
Measure of association;Contingency tables;
 Language
Korean
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