In a two-way frequency table, a joint relative frequency is the ratio of a joint frequency to the grand total. Similarly, a marginal relative frequency is the ratio of a marginal frequency to the grand total. Consider the following example of a two-way table.
Here, the grand total is 100. The joint and marginal frequencies can now be divided by 100 to obtain the joint and marginalrelative frequencies. Clicking in each cell will display its interpretation.