Collapsing categories, Advanced Statistics

Collapsing categories: A procedure generally applied to contingency tables in which the two or more row or column categories are combined, in number of cases so as to yield the reduced table in which there are a larger number of the observations in particular cells. Not to be recommended in usual since it can lead to the misleading conclusions.

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