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two-way table


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A table with r rows and c columns in which the entry in cell (i, j) represents either the frequency for that outcome (in the context of a contingency table for categorical variables) or a value resulting from that row and column combination in the context of ANOVA. Such a table might be called an r-by-c table; if r=c=2 then it would be called a two-by-two table.

Subjects: Probability and Statistics.


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