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A statistical tool for categorical data is cross-tabulation, often known as cross-tab or contingency table. Categorical data consists of values that are mutually exclusive.

Errors are less likely to occur. Analyzing massive data sets may be difficult, and trying to extract useful information from them to assist inform business choices can be even more difficult. Assists in the discovery of more useful information. Your suggestions are more practical.

Most categorical (nominal measurement scale) data is analysed using cross-tabulation analysis, also known as contingency table analysis. Cross-tabulations are essentially data tables that provide the findings of the full group of respondents, as well as results from subgroups of survey respondents, at their most basic level.

Cross tabulation allows researchers to gain more granular, meaningful insights by breaking down large data sets into smaller, more manageable groupings. Cross tabulation provides insights on categorical variable relationships that would be impossible to gain by diving into the entire set.

Crosstab tables, on the other hand, should be avoided by librarians because they only give descriptive data (frequency counts and percentages) regarding the survey sample. There are no inferential statistics provided by the table's development.

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