Chi-Square Goodness-of-Fit Test for Categorical ... riable: CASE TYPE 1
Observed and Expected Counts
CategoryObservedTest
Proportion
ExpectedContribution
to Chi-Square
Medical Malpractice870.61209.0750
Personal Injury1130.48013.6125
Chi-Square Test
NN*DFChi-SqP-Value
2000122.68750.000
Chart of Observed and Expected Values
One-Sample T: PAY RATE
Descriptive Statistics
NMeanStDevSE Mean95% CI for μ
92265.2118.112.3(240.8, 289.7)
μ: mean of PAY RATE
Test
Null hypothesisH₀: μ = 250
Alternative hypothesisH₁: μ ≠ 250
T-ValueP-Value
1.240.220
One-Sample T: PAY RATE
Descriptive Statistics
NMeanStDevSE Mean95% CI for μ
92265.2118.112.3(240.8, 289.7)
μ: mean of PAY RATE
Test
Null hypothesisH₀: μ = 250
Alternative hypothesisH₁: μ ≠ 250
T-ValueP-Value
1.240.220
Tabulated Statistics: ATTORNEY, CASE TYPE 2
Rows: ATTORNEY   Columns: CASE TYPE 2
CriminalCivilAll
       
Black7426100
  52.5047.50 
  2.967-3.120 
       
Smith3169100
  52.5047.50 
  -2.9673.120 
       
All10595200
Cell Contents
      Count
      Expected count
      Standardized residual
Chi-Square Test
Chi-SquareDFP-Value
Pearson37.07310.000
Likelihood Ratio38.32710.000
Cramer's Measure of Association
Cramer’s V-square0.185363