A Graphic Chi-Square Test For Two-Class Genetic Segregation Ratios
- Author(s): Squillace, A.E.; Squillace, D.J.
- Date: 1970
- Source: Res. Note SE-138. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station. 4 p.
- Station ID: RN-SE-138
A chart is presented for testing the goodness of fit of observed two-class genetic segregation ratios against hypothetical ratios, eliminating the need of computing chi-square. Although designed mainly for genetic studies, the chart can also be used for other types of studies involving two-class chi-square tests.
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