I am working with two variables - variable 'A' is an independent categorical variable and has three levels 'a' 'b' and 'c'; variable 'B' is continuous response variable data I have classified into five (ordinal) bins/levels '0' '1' '2' '3' '4' and '5'. The data are not normally distributed.
My hypothesis is that membership to variable 'A' does not determine performance on variable 'B'.
I have conducted a chi square test and there is a significant relationship between the two variables i.e. the hypothesis is rejected. However. I want to know the relationships between the different levels i.e. is the relationship between between 'a' and '5' significant? Is the relationship between 'b' and '5' significant?
I have looked at multinomial regression, as well as log-linear analysis, nut I am not sure which one will provide the information I am after.