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## What is chi-square test used for?

A chi-square test is a statistical test used to compare observed results with expected results. The purpose of this test is to determine if a difference between observed data and expected data is due to chance, or if it is due to a relationship between the variables you are studying.

### What are the conditions for validity of chi-square test?

Conditions for the Validity of Chi-square Test: The sample observations should be independent. This implies that no individual item should be included twice or more in the sample. The constraints on the cell frequencies. if any, should be linear.

**What type of data can be examined using the chi-squared test?**

The Chi-square test analyzes categorical data. It means that the data has been counted and divided into categories. It will not work with parametric or continuous data. It tests how well the observed distribution of data fits with the distribution that is expected if the variables are independent.

**What is N in chi-square test?**

N = total number. After calculating the expected value, we will apply the following formula to calculate the value of the Chi-Square test of Independence: = Chi-Square test of Independence. = Observed value of two nominal variables. = Expected value of two nominal variables.

## What is the difference between chi-square and t test?

A t-test tests a null hypothesis about two means; most often, it tests the hypothesis that two means are equal, or that the difference between them is zero. A chi-square test tests a null hypothesis about the relationship between two variables.

### What are the assumptions of chi square test?

The assumptions of the Chi-square include: The data in the cells should be frequencies, or counts of cases rather than percentages or some other transformation of the data. The levels (or categories) of the variables are mutually exclusive.

**What are the limitation of chi-square?**

Limitations include its sample size requirements, difficulty of interpretation when there are large numbers of categories (20 or more) in the independent or dependent variables, and tendency of the Cramer’s V to produce relative low correlation measures, even for highly significant results.

**What is chi-square test for homogeneity?**

The chi-square test of homogeneity tests to see whether different columns (or rows) of data in a table come from the same population or not (i.e., whether the differences are consistent with being explained by sampling error alone).

## What is chi-square test with examples?

A chi-square goodness of fit test determines if sample data matches a population. A chi-square test for independence compares two variables in a contingency table to see if they are related. In a more general sense, it tests to see whether distributions of categorical variables differ from each another.

### What is chi-square test example?

Let’s say you have a random sample taken from a normal distribution. The chi square distribution is the distribution of the sum of these random samples squared . For example, if you have taken 10 samples from the normal distribution, then df = 10. The degrees of freedom in a chi square distribution is also its mean.

**What are the assumptions of chi-square test?**

**Should I use chi-square or t test?**

Chi-square test is used on contingency tables and more appropriate when the variable you want to test across different groups is categorical. It compares observed with expected counts. Both t test and ANOVA are used to compare continuous variables across groups.