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    Post Hoc test for Fisher's exact test




    Hello everyone! I have performed a Fisher's exact test (5X3 tables) and I have found statistically significant differences in my groups. How can I find out in which groups significant differences were found? Is there any post hoc test I can perform?
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    Re: Post Hoc test for Fisher's exact test


    A bunch of pairwise Fisher's exact tests, though if you want to report those data you may want to think about correcting you alpha (level of significance) value.
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