Probably this is a very easy question:
I have 2 variables (see attachement). They both consists of three parts, respectively numbered (1,2,3) .
So 1=depression, 2=panic and 3=generalized fear . In the table I have these percentages, so for example how many percent are depressive in early life.
I did a chi square test and it is significant. Now I want to know from the people who are early in life, if there is a significant effect between depression and panic.
I have two questions:
1. Is it okay for me to do a chi square test? Because I have these dummy variables
2. Is it okay for me to do another chi square test, where I make a new variable with only depression and panic in it?
Thanks in advance!
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