McNemar's test to analyze a matched case-control study
McNemar's test is used to compare paired proportions. It can be used to analyze retrospective case-control studies, where each case is matched to a particular control. Or it can be used to analyze experimental studies, where the two treatments are given to matched subjects. Read an example with explanation.
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