# Category:Reading Tables and Interpreting Significance Tests

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Basic tips for interpreting most tables can be obtained by selecting **Help** and Interpret This Table. The following are general descriptions of how to interpret the most common types of tables in Q.

- Frequency Tables (Summaries of Pick One and Pick Any questions)
- Tables of Means (Summaries of Number and Number - Multi Questions)
- Crosstabs of Means (One Numeric Question by a Categorical Question)
- Crosstabs of Proportions (One Categorical Question by Another Categorical Question)
- Summaries of Grid Questions (Number - Grid and Pick Any - Grid)
- Crosstabs of Grid Questions
- Interpreting Column Comparisons
- Correlations (Number - Multi by Number - Multi questions)
- Crosstabs Involving Date Questions
- Crosstabs with Smoothing (e.g., Moving Averages)

## See also

## Pages in category ‘Reading Tables and Interpreting Significance Tests’

The following 12 pages are in this category, out of 12 total.

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- Correlation Matrix
- Correlations (Number - Multi by Number - Multi questions)
- Crosstabs Involving Date Questions
- Crosstabs of Means (One Numeric Question by a Categorical Question)
- Crosstabs of Proportions (One Categorical Question by Another Categorical Question)
- Crosstabs with Smoothing (e.g., Moving Averages)