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mmSIGNIF, Significance Test

Category: Reporting > Market Research & Statistics

The function mmSIGNIF applies the Z test for homogeneity of two proportions to test the statistical significance of the difference between two proportions. It is often used to test the results of a contingency table as obtained from the cross tabulation of two variables measured with a survey study.

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mmSIGNIF(Test_Cell, Range_Sample, Significance)

Test_Cell Range of percentage values to be tested
Range_Sample Range of sample sizes expressed as integers
Significance The percent level of confidence at which to conduct the test


See example file Business Formulas.xls, sheet mmSIGNIF.

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Note 1: This is an Array Function (curly brackets { } ). To enter an array function: (1) select the range where you want to enter it, for instance, B16:F16; (2) type the formula; (3) press CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER.

Note2: de in cell B16 means that the value in cell B15 (24.5%) is significantly larger than the values in cells E15 and F15. That is, d stands for the fourth column and e stands for the fifth column beginning from column B, the first column of the table.

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Mark L. Berenson, David M. Levine, 1996, Basic Business Statistics. Concepts and applications
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