Statistische Hefte

, 23:122 | Cite as

Decomposing three dimensional contingency tables

  • J. W. Drane
  • T. A. Hua


A simple box-like diagram makes the task of teaching or analyzing three dimensional contingency tables much easier. Little is to be gained using the log-linear model and iterative procedures, as all but one hypothesis can be tested and necessary statistics calculated with a hand-held electronic calculator and without iterations.


Maximum Likelihood Estimate Contingency Table Iterative Procedure Sampling Variable Standardize Residual 
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  1. Campbell B. Read (1977): Partitioning Chi-square in contingency tables.Communication in Statistics, A 6, 553–562.MathSciNetCrossRefGoogle Scholar

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  • J. W. Drane
  • T. A. Hua

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