A cross-tabulation table represents the joint frequency distribution of two discrete variables. Rows and columns correspond to the possible values of the first and the second variables, the cells contain frequencies (numbers) of occurrence of the corresponding pairs of values of the 1st and 2nd variable. Cross-tabulation tables can be also used for more than two variables.
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