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AGENDA. SIRS Forms Quiz 4 Chi-Square Goodness of Fit Test of Independence. 3. Chi-square Tests. In this class, we will learn tests that make use of the chi-square distribution , with enumerative (counts or frequencies) data: 1. Chi-square tests for goodness of fit

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**AGENDA**• SIRS Forms • Quiz 4 • Chi-Square • Goodness of Fit • Test of Independence**3. Chi-square Tests**• In this class, we will learn tests that make use of the chi-square distribution, with enumerative (counts or frequencies) data: 1. Chi-square tests for goodness of fit • With equal expected frequencies (proportions) • With unequal expected frequencies (proportions) 2. Chi-square tests for independence • Contingency table analysis**Chi-square Test for Goodness-of-Fit**• Goodness-of-fit test is one of the most commonly used nonparametric tests. • The purpose of this test is to determine how well an observed set of data fits an expected outcome. • Chi-square analysis is useful for goodness of fit tests, because many real world situations in business and other areas allow for the collection of count data.**Two types of Chi-square Goodness-of-Fit:**• With equal expected frequencies: All the proportions are hypothesized to be equal to each other. H0: P1 = P2 = P3 = P4 = …Pk H1: At least one proportion is not equal to p1/k • With unequalexpected frequencies: Hypothesized proportions are different than each other. H0: P1 = P2 = P3 = P4 = …Pk = PH0 H1: At least one pi is not equal to the hypothesized value**Chi-square Test for Goodness-of-Fit**• The expected count in the cell: • Hypotheses: H0: Probabilities of occurrence of events are equal to the given probabilities. H1: Probabilities of occurrence of events are not equal to the given probabilities. • The test statistic for this test is: • The critical value for this test is (pg 761): where k is the # of categories**Example (with equal expected frequencies)**• The marketing manager of a manufacturer of sports cards plans to begin series of cards with pictures and playing statistics of former major league baseball players. At the baseball card show at a mall last weekend, she set up a booth and offered cards of the following six Hall of fame baseball players: Dizzy Dean, Bob Feller, Phil Rizzuto, Warren Spahn, Mickey Mantle, and Willie Mays. At the end of the first day she sold a total of 120 cards. Can she conclude that the sales of cards are the same for the six players?**Example(with unequalexpected frequencies)**• A national study of hospital admissions during a two-year period revealed these statistics concerning senior citizens who resided in care centers and who were hospitalized anytime during the period: Forty percent were admitted only once in the two-year period. Twenty percent were admitted twice. Fourteen percent were admitted three times, and so on. • The administrator of the local hospital is anxious to compare her hospital’s experience with the national pattern. She selected 400 senior citizens in local care centers who needed hospitalization and determined the number of times during a two-year period each was admitted to her hospital. How can the locally observed frequencies be compared with national percentages?**Chi-square Test for Independence**• A common problem in applied statistics is deciding whether two variables are related. • So far, we used different methods for investigating the relationship between two or more variables (ANOVA, regression, etc). However, those methods were valid if at least the dependent variable was continuous. • Now, we will see how the chi-square statistic can be adapted to test the independence of two categorical variables.**Chi-square Test for Independence**• Hypotheses: H0: The two classification variables are independent. H1: The two classification variables are not independent. • The expected count in the cell: • The test statistic for this test is: • The critical value for this test is: where r and c are the # of categories for the two variables.**Contingency Table**Column Classification Variable Row Classification Variable**Example #1**• A publishing house wanted to find out whether there is a dependence between the place where the book is sold and the color of its cover. For one of its latest novels, the publisher sent displays and a supply of copies of the novel to large bookstores in five major cities. The resulting sales of the novel for each city-color combination are as follows. Numbers are in thousands of copies sold over a 3-month period. Conduct the test for independence of color and location**Example #2**An analyst in the soft drink industry wants to conduct a statistical test to determine whether there is a relationship between a person’s preference for one of the four brands: Coke, Pepsi, 7Up, and Dr. Pepper and whether the person drinks regular or diet drinks. A random sample of 330 people is selected, and their responses are as follows. Soft Drink Preference Coke Pepsi 7Up Dr Pepper Total Diet 55 32 47 21 155 Regular 60 43 35 37 175 Total 115 75 82 58 330

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