Question: 1 Table of cross classified counts 2 Counts cases that match values

1. Table of cross-classified counts
2. Counts cases that match values of two categorical variables
3. Shown in the bar chart of a categorical variable
4. Shown in a stacked bar chart
5. Measure of association that grows with increased sample size
6. Measure of association that lies between 0 and 1
7. Happens if the conditional distribution matches the marginal distribution
8. Identified when percentages within a row differ from marginal percentages
9. Produced by a variable lurking behind a table
10. Like a stacked bar chart, but respecting the area principle.
a. chi-squared
b. mosaic plot
c. associated
d. Simpson’s paradox
e. marginal distribution
f. cell
g. conditional distribution
h. Cramer’s V
i. not associated
j. contingency table

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