cross-classification

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Synonyms for cross-classification

classification according to more than one attribute at the same time

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Results of the 2 x 3 contingency table analysis are summarized in Table 1.
Sensitivity, specificity, and predictive values of D-dimer in hospitalized patients and outpatients (A) and 2 x 2 contingency table (B).
Initial exploratory analyses involved three-dimensional contingency tables to assess the relationship between the occurrence of pollock and year, bottom depth, geographic region, and distance from land.
Two-way contingency table analyses were conducted to evaluate whether firms who were asked the four questions by their customers were more likely to consider participating in an Illinois-centered certification initiative.
A Chi-square test was used with contingency tables to examine the relationships between lead levels and building age, water temperature, and water corrosiveness, with a [less than or equal to] .
Two distinct approaches (analytical tests based on contingency tables and numerical tests based on comparing observed model misfit or deviance to estimates of misfit derived from simulations) have been used to determine whether open population models fit the data.
These approaches solely depend on the information contained in 2 x 2 contingency table.
Contingency table analysis revealed a significant association between geographic location and agreement with this item (1).
Loglinear analysis is an extension of the two-way contingency table where the conditional relationship between two or more discrete, categorical variables is analyzed by taking the natural logarithm of the cell frequencies within a contingency table.
The most commonly employed method for correlation mining is that of two-dimensional contingency table analysis of categorical data using the chi-square statistic as a measure of significance.
A 2 by 2 contingency table using [chi square] analysis with Yates correction was used to determine if the sex ratio was different between adult lovebugs caught in PAA-baited traps and those collected concurrently with a sweep net on surrounding vegetation between 11 am and 2 pm (Apopka only).
For two raters, A and B, classifying n observations in two distinct categories (yes/no), results are often displayed in a 2 x 2 contingency table (see Table 2).
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