I have a table with 11 columns and 2 rows. Column 1 is the control group and I want to compare all the other columns with it. I'm not interested in comparing columns 2 - 11 with each other and I'm concerned that Bonferroni's correction (which seems to be the only option available) is overcompensating by multiplying the p value by 55 or however many comparisons it is. Is there something analogous to Dunnett's so that I can compare just with the control group? Or should I just do 10 chi-squared tests and multiply each p value by 10?
Also, when I do use Bonferroni's in a chi-squared, is it possible to see the exact p values?