Date: Wed, 4 Dec 2002 17:48:43 +0200
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From: =?koi8-r?B?5dfHxc7JyiDiz8zY28/X?= <eugen@KCPIK.ORG.UA>
Subject: Re: ordinal variable
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You can use correlation coefficient that based
on chi-square distribution (they are suitable for the case
of ordinal-nominal variables): Phi and Cramer's V.
You can find it in CROSSTAB menu.
I have table where one of the variables has 6 categories (AGE) and the other
one 2 (Positive and Negative). Age is an ordinal variable. What I want to
know which is the most suitable test to do that.
Thanks you in advance