Crosstabs.Loglinear-package {Crosstabs.Loglinear}R Documentation



Provides 'SPSS'- and 'SAS'-like output for cross tabulations of two categorical variables (CROSSTABS) and for hierarchical loglinear analyses of two or more categorical variables (LOGLINEAR).


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