marginal homogeneity

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The property possessed by a square contingency table, in which, for all j, the total for row j is equal to the total for column j. For example, the rows might refer to a set of possible birthplaces and the columns to a set of current locations, using the same location categories. Marginal homogeneity would imply that, for all j, the proportion born in location j is the same as the proportion living in location j.

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