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I don't know what test to use to see if there is a relationship between two sets of data when they rely on each other.
Example:
# of people who slipped on wet floor: day 1 - 7. Day 2 - 8. Day 3 - 7.
# of people who slipped on dry floor: day 1 - 3. Day 2 - 2. Day 3 - 3. . .
Basically the number of people is always 10. I don't think I can do a chi square test because if one number changes, then so does the other. Is there a specific test for this situation?
What do you mean by this?
Have you seen the Wilcoxon signed rank test?
Look here for an example,
Wilcoxon signed-rank test - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
give it a test drive with your data!
I don't know if I'm right about this, but I don't think I can do a chi square test because the variables have to add up to ten (if one is 7 then the other has to be 3). I thought that this was the reason that you can't use percentages in a chi square test.