I don't have the minimum required data of 5 in each cell for a chi-squared test, but my contingency table is greater than 2x2, so I can't use a Fisher's exact. Would it help to use a chi-squared test set to either exact or Monte Carlo to prevent it from making the assumption of normal distribution?
I'm looking at trauma patterns created by five different tools; six categories of trauma have been defined. I would like to see whether the patterns of trauma (by occurrence of each type) differ significantly from one another. N=67, but not all tools have all types of trauma.