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Ronan Conroy <rconroy@rcsi.ie> |

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Re: st: Non-standard categorical data test - help! |

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Wed, 10 Dec 2008 13:31:15 +0000 |

On 10 Noll 2008, at 12:09, K Jensen wrote:

I tried doing this as what I have seen described as a "Replicated G-test of independence" (I had to do this in Excel - if anyone knows how to do it in Stata, that would be really useful for future projects) and got the following results:- Pop G df p 1 1.46 1 0.2271 2 0.53 1 0.4681 3 3.74 1 0.0533 4 0.02 1 0.9002 5 1.23 1 0.2679 Total G 6.96 5 0.2233 Pooled G 4.84 1 0.0278 Heterogeneity G 2.12 4 0.0000

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**References**:**st: Non-standard categorical data test - help!***From:*"K Jensen" <k.x.jensen@googlemail.com>

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