Hi, I have a question about how to calculate chi-sq test without directly using the chisq function, but using the p values and chi-sq formula to manually get the result. Thank you so much!

# Chi square test in R without using the function idrectly

Can you please post more details about your data and what you are trying to do? The most helpful information is in the form of a Reproducible Example. Just posting data and the exact statistical question to be answered would help a lot.

So for example, there are 40 out of 100 people who work in a factory get cancer, while the normal percent of getting cancer in their age is about 10%.

I want to draw a sample of 50 people from that factory to get 1000 samples to simulate a null distribution. And using the binomial test and chi-square goodness of fit test in that simulated null distribution.

And the following is part of my sampling data:

[1] 31 16 33 27 29 36 31 34 38 38 31 25 31 34 36 42 29 26 26 36 27 32 26 36 27 31 32 32 28

[30] 41 35 27 25 34 26 35 29 26 29 23 31 36 26 29 34 30 33 23 24 32 28 34 34 32 27 30 31 33

[59] 30 30 33 32 26 26 29 35 30 30 40 28 30 25 36 24 34 31 24 26 34 26 32 42 30 28 34 27 41

[88] 29 32 37 37 35 40 29 28 28 34 26 31 29

Just a tip: look at the code of the `chisq.test`

function.

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