## The Analysis of Cross-Classified Data Having Ordered Categories: , |

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### Contents

Models for the Joint Distribution | 48 |

Models of Association | 66 |

I | 112 |

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8X8 table American Statistical Association analysis of association analysis of Table applied to Table Association in Table bivariate normal calculated canonical correlation canonical scores chi-squared statistic classes column categories column effects component pertaining condition contingency table corresponding cross-classification table data in Table defined degrees of freedom denote described earlier entries equivalent example expected frequencies fit the data formula Goodman Haberman homogeneity criteria included joint distribution Journal linear models log-linear models main diagonal maximum likelihood estimates models considered multiplicative models natural logarithm noted null association model null hypothesis null model number of degrees observed frequencies odds odds-ratio Ordered Categories parallel log-odds model parameters partial association partitioned quasi-independence ratio RC model replaced response variable row and column row categories row effects statistical independence status category status inheritance subset table 1A table IB three-factor interaction tion two-way uniform association model uniform log-odds model univariate distribution usual x2 value zero