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Noun Verb Conjunction Totals

By Stefan Th. Gries


In one of the most frequent empirical scenarios in applied linguistics, a researcher's empirical results can be summarized in a two-dimensional table, in which the rows list the levels of a nominal/categorical variable; the columns list the levels of another nominal/categorical variable; the cells in the table defined by these row and column levels provide the frequencies with which combinations of row and column levels were observed in some data set. An example of data from a study of disfluencies in speech is shown in Table 1, which shows the parts of speech of 335 words following three types of disfluencies. Both the part of speech and the disfluency markers represent categorical variables

Year: 2011
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