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Resource ID: #632
Subject: (panel unspecified)
Source: NashvillePhilip Meyer;Barbara Hansen
Affiliation: Univ. of North Carolina;USA Today
Date: 1997

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When numbers make news, an important point in the story can usually be boiled down to a comparison between just two numbers. Often they will be expressed as percents or means. This handout looks at using Chi Squares and interpreting significance test results to determine if a journalist has a story. Audio tape is available for purchase from the IRE Resource Center. Contact us at (573) 882-3364 or rescntr@ire.org. - ask for tape #33.

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