On the Display tab of the Cross Tabulation and Chi-Square dialog box, select the statistics to include in your output.

- Percent of row total
- Display the percentage that each cell represents within a table row.
- Percent of column total
- Display the percentage that each cell represents within a table column.
- Percent of overall total
- Display the percentage that each cell represents of the total observations.
- Chi-Square test of association
- Select this option to perform a chi-square test of association. The null hypothesis of this test is that no association exists between variables.
- Expected cell counts
- Display the expected count for each cell. The expected counts value is the projected frequency that would be expected, on average, if the variables are independent. Minitab calculates the expected counts as the product of the row and column totals, divided by the sample size.
- Raw residuals
- Display the difference between the observed count and the expected count for each cell.
- Standardized residuals
- Display the standardized residuals for each cell. Standardized residuals are the raw residuals, divided by the square root of the expected counts.
- Adjusted residuals
- Display the adjusted residuals for each cell. Adjusted residuals are the raw residuals divided by an estimate of the standard error. Use adjusted residuals to account for the variation due to the sample size.
- Each cell's contribution to chi-square
- Display the contribution to the chi-square statistic for each cell. The contribution to the chi-square statistic is the standardized residual squared for each cell.