Computes the Pearson chi-Squared test, the Likelihood Ratio chi-Squared test, the phi coefficient, the contingency coefficient and Cramer's V for possibly stratified contingency tables.
- a contingency table, with possibly more than 2 dimensions. In this case, all dimensions except the first two ones are considered as strata.
In case of a 2-dimensional table, a list with components:In case of higher-dimensional tables, a list of the above mentioned
structure, each list component representing one stratum defined by the
combinations of all levels of the stratum dimensions.
Michael Friendly (2000), Visualizing Categorical Data. SAS Institute, Cary, NC.
Fleiss, J. L. (1981). Statistical methods for rates and proportions (2nd ed). New York: Wiley
data("Arthritis") tab <- xtabs(~Improved + Treatment, data = Arthritis) summary(assocstats(tab)) assocstats(UCBAdmissions)