mobility table

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A square contingency table in which the rows and columns have equivalent classifications but the columns refer to a later time point than the rows. A social mobility table usually refers to the social classes (or occupations) of successive generations. Voter mobility tables cross-classify the votes of individuals in successive elections.

Subjects: Probability and Statistics.

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