Doubly ordered contingency tables, Advanced Statistics

The contingency tables in which the row and column both the categories follow a natural order. An instance for this might be, drug toxicity ranging from mild to severe, against the drug dose grouped into the various classes. The further example from a more esoteric area is given as follows.

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