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Dec 7, 2011 12:02 PM
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I have to confess to being stymied by the Help function in JMP 9 - it give me a list of results but then no further information when I click on the list

How in the world do I conduct the analysis mentioned above... I assume it can be done based on the results when I put the term into Help, but I can't find further guidance.

Any help appreciated!

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Analyze>Fit Y by X. Specify categorical variables for X and Y and it will take you into the Contingency Analysis platform. The CMH test is located on the red-triangle hot spot.

Dave

-Dave

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Analyze>Fit Y by X. Specify categorical variables for X and Y and it will take you into the Contingency Analysis platform. The CMH test is located on the red-triangle hot spot.

Dave

-Dave

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Cochrane-Mantel-Haenszel analysis

Thank you Dave,

I figured it out after I posted the questions. But now I'm thinking that Cochrane-Mantel-Haenszel analysis is not what I need.