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Joint Relative Frequency

Concept

Joint Relative Frequency

A joint relative frequency in a two-way frequency table is the ratio of a joint frequency and the total number of values or observations. As an example, the following data will be used.

Hat preference
Top hat Beret
Gender Male
Female

By adding all the joint frequencies, the total is found. The frequencies can now be divided by to find the joint relative frequencies.

Hat preference
Top hat Beret
Gender Male
Female

This table shows, for instance, that female's with a preference for berets make up about of the participants of the survey.