I am working with the /TEST INDEPENDENCE sub-command within the CSTABULATE command.
Is it possible to have SPSS show me the expected frequencies in the output? I need to check if the chi-square test is valid and meets the assumption of expected counts n > 5 per cell before I proceed with my analysis. The default output only shows me unweighted counts and estimated population size.
Alternatively, I could calculate the expected frequencies manually. Would I need to use the unweighted counts or estimated population size for my observed data?
Any pointers appreciated! Thank-you!
Research Assistant - Health, Environment and Indigenous Communities Research Group Master's Student - Sustainability Studies Program at Trent University
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