McNemar's chi-squared test for association of paried counts

Input Values


Do a McNemar's chi-squared test for association for paired counts in a 2x2 table. Inputs are table values, confidence level required and desired precision of answers. Outputs calculated include:

  • McNemar's chi-squared statistic (with continuity correction) and corresponding P-value; and
  • Overall incidence/prevalence for cohort or cross-sectional studies;
  • Odds ratio and associated exact confidence limits.
Table data:
  +ve -ve
Desired level of confidence:
Digits after decimal pt:


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