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StatsToDo : Differences Between Proportions (Unpaired) Explained

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Unpaired Comparison of Two Proportions Program Page
Sample Size for Comparison of Two Proportions Program Page
Sample size for Two Proportions Explanations and Tables Page
Sample Size for Matched Paired Controlled Studies Program Page
Sample Size for Matched Paired Controlled Studies Explained and Tables Page
Comparison of Proportions in Multiple Groups Program Page
Chi Square for Large Contingency Tables and Spearman Correlation Coefficient Program Page
Regression Analysis Using Proportions Program Page
Standardization of Proportions Program Page

Introduction Two Proportions Multiple Proportions References
This page provides a description and general comments on programs that compare proportions in unpaired groups.

StatsToDo provides two groups of such comparisons, the commonly used comparison of two proportions, and the more esoteric but powerful multiple proportions.

Sample size are discussed in the Sample size for Two Proportions Explanations and Tables Page and the Sample Size for Matched Paired Controlled Studies Explained and Tables Page and will not be repeated in this page


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