Dear More Advanced that I R users, I am having a problem creating and interpreting some data. Here we go with the question and please let me know which parts are not clear.
I have some data that I have imported and attached with R. Lets call the data set Fun_D. Now two of the columns of the data are non- numeric data that looks like this in my data frame.
V1OS V2Browser Person 1: Windows Opera Person 2: Mac Safari Person 3: Linux Chrome
Where V1 is the vector of the different OS's and V2 is the vector for the different Browsers. I'v got 100 rows of data like this it doesn't stop at just 3...
Ok Now I'v got this. Finally the question. I want to see a correlation matrix (from 0-1) between the OSs and the Browsers. Say for example there are more people on the Windows OS who use Opera than on the Mac OS who use Opera, based on that we should see a higher correlation number between Windows and Opera than Mac and Opera. Does this make sense?
I'v used the Goodman and Kruskal test with some success in the past but I don't know if it is correct to use it here or how I would even interpret the results of a Goodman and Kruskal test here.
Please let me know what I can clarify as I greatly appreciate any advice you can provide,
Thank you very much