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Apr 6, 2018 12:03 PM
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Hi JMP users,

I would like to run Goodman-Kruskal gamma coefficient (or correlation) for measuring relative accuracy in Psychology field using JMP, but it seems JMP doesn't contain it on its stats package. The Goodman-Kruskal gamma coefficient is one of the most common measures of association in Statistics.

In R, I found the function GKgamma () in the packages "vcd" and "vcdExtra".

Thank you.

~Rei

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Check out the link below. I found it in the JMP 14 online documentation.

Not sure if it is exactly what you want, but based on the Wikipedia definition it should be pretty close.

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If it is available in R, then just take your R code and run it from JMP, porting over your JMP data table using the JMP to R interface.

Jim

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Check out the link below. I found it in the JMP 14 online documentation.

Not sure if it is exactly what you want, but based on the Wikipedia definition it should be pretty close.

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Re: Doesn't JMP contain Goodman-Kruskal gamma coefficient (or correlation) on its stats package?

Hi Bill, thank you for your post.

Well, I think it could be the same. I am not sure if there is any other Goodman-Kruskal gamma coefficient (correlation)... smiles...

I'll try to run it.

Best.

~Rei

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Re: Doesn't JMP contain Goodman-Kruskal gamma coefficient (or correlation) on its stats package?

Clicking on that JMP reference page, it directs to the Goodman-Kruskal's work. So I think it is what I am looking for.

Thanks, @bill_worley

~Rei

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Re: Doesn't JMP contain Goodman-Kruskal gamma coefficient (or correlation) on its stats package?

Hi @bill_worley,

JMP works correctly and provides the same results.

I need to set up the variables as Numeric and Nominal

~Rei

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If it is available in R, then just take your R code and run it from JMP, porting over your JMP data table using the JMP to R interface.

Jim

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Re: Doesn't JMP contain Goodman-Kruskal gamma coefficient (or correlation) on its stats package?

Hi @txnelson

How can I run it from JMP, porting over your JMP data table using the JMP to R interface?

I need to learn this integration between JMP and R.

Tnx.

~Rei

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Re: Doesn't JMP contain Goodman-Kruskal gamma coefficient (or correlation) on its stats package?

The interface between JMP and R is documented in the Scripting Guide

Help==>Books==>Scripting Index==>Working with R

Jim

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Re: Doesn't JMP contain Goodman-Kruskal gamma coefficient (or correlation) on its stats package?

Tnx, Jim!

~Rei

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Re: Doesn't JMP contain Goodman-Kruskal gamma coefficient (or correlation) on its stats package?

There is also a JMP Addin available in the File Exchange "The JMP to R Addin Builder"

Jim