Categorical Data Analysis Categorical data arise whenever counts (as opposed to measurements) are made. Subjects (sample items) are classified as belonging to one of a set of categories and the numbers in the categories (the frequencies) are recorded.
Example Eye colours: eye colours of males visiting an optician, in four categories Colour Frequency observed A 89
B 66 C D 60 85 Example Tonsils: Relationship between nasal carrier status for Streptococcus pyogenes and size of tonsils
among 1398 children aged 0-15 years. Normal Enlarged Much enlarged Total Carriers
19 29 24 72
Noncarriers 497 560 269 1326
516 589 293 1398
Total Example Prussian cavalry deaths: numbers of cavalry soldiers killed by horsekicks in each of 14 units of the Prussian army over a 20-year period (1875-1894). Number killed 0
5 1 2 3 4
Frequency observed 144 91 32
11 2 Total 0 280
Often we wish to decide whether the categorical variables follow some well known distribution A chi-squared test will provide a method of testing the hypothesis that a data set follows a particular distribution. Often we wish to decide whether the
categorical variables follow some well known distribution A chi-squared test will provide a method of testing the hypothesis that a data set follows a particular distribution. It works by summing the quantity (Observed Expected)2/Expected The chi-squared test in the R program is fairly
limited it copes well with testing whether there is a significant relationship between nasal carrier status for Streptococcus pyogenes and size of tonsils among 1398 children aged 0-15 years (as in the second example) but gives us a problem with the other two. Consider now data from Standard and Poors 500 - an index of 500 of the largest, most
actively traded stocks on the New York Stock Exchange These data are available in R as sp500.R from the module website. Technique: To look at any one of the variables in a data frame such as sp.500, the $ sign is helpful.
Without attaching the data, typing adjclose produces nothing. Instead use >sp500$adjclose or >plot(sp500$adjclose) We are interested in the distribution of the
change in returns from day to day. We suspect that the logs of these changes may follow a normal distribution. These are placed in an R vector by using the command >d=diff(log(sp500$adjclose)) The chisq function that is pre-defined in R is
not powerful enough to test the values of d to see if they conform to a normal distribution, so a program is written instead. We wish to test whether a normal distribution with the same mean and standard deviation of d will look similar to this histogram. Calculate, for example, the approximate
expected number between -0.04 and -0.02 by This can be repeated and made more sophisticated with more than 4 comparisons by writing a program. The one considered has 100 comparisons.
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