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    chi square help on large data set

    Hi there, I have a problem trying to run a chi square test on how people affect animal behaviour.
    The analysis is on the activites of animals in the wild. I have 1000 data items and 5 activites the animals were carrying out with the main factors being how many people were nearby.
    I've seperated the people into 1-14 and 14+ but im not sure how to get expected and observed values for each factor?
    any help would be greatly appreciated!
    gem x
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    Re: chi square help on large data set

    You should first construct a contingency table. You can find this in your textbook.
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