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Date:         Tue, 21 Jan 2003 00:34:17 -0500
Reply-To:     Ed Bini <>
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From:         Ed Bini <>
Subject:      Chi Square for Trend
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I am trying to run a chi square test for trend in SPSS 11.5 and am not sure how to do this. For example, I would like to compare the proportion of people who died in each of 3 categories of an ordinal variable called blood pressure which is coded 0 for normal blood pressure, 1 for high blood pressure, and 2 for very high blood pressure. Can someone please explain how to run this test? Thank you. Ed

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