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Cross tabulation (or crosstabs for short) is a statistical process that summarizes categorical data to create a contingency table. They are heavily used in survey research, business intelligence, engineering and scientific research. They provide a basic picture of the interrelation between two variables and can help find interactions between them.
Some entries may be weighted, unweighted tables are commonly known as pivot tables.
Cross-tabulation leads to the following contingency table:
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