A G-test of Goodness of Fit is used to determine whether or not a categorical variable follows a hypothesized distribution.

To perform a G-test of Goodness of Fit, simply enter a list of observed and expected values for up to 10 categories in the boxes below, then click the “Calculate” button:

Category |
Observed |
Expected |
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G Test Statistic: **10.337194**

p-value: **0.005693**