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1. Can this data be calculated by SPSS? and how?

I want to get the value of x2 and p in every row, may I ask how I can calculate them by SPSS?
2. Is chi-square test not accurate if one cell is below 5?

Let's say it's a 2x2 data. Is chi-square test not accurate if one cell of the data is below 5?
3. Is the difference between two groups bigger, then x2 value bigger and p value smaller?

For chi-square test or other tests involving x2 and p value, is it true that if the difference between two groups is bigger, then x2 value is bigger and p value is smaller?

5. A basic question about chi-square test

A/B or male/female data is another example in my paper. I was to take that for example to ask you guys, but then I think it would be clearer to quote the example in the thesis I read before. I want to get the x2 value like that thesis does, but when I calculated the data in that thesis, I got...
6. A basic question about chi-square test

Sorry for the unclear information. The author maybe made a typo, but NS means native speaker group, and NNS means non-native speaker group. 14 is the frequency of "finally" used by NS group, and 18 is the frequency of "finally" used by NNS group.
7. A basic question about chi-square test

Thank you for your detailed reply! But may I ask my questions again more clearly? Here is a reference paper in which the total number of words in NS and NNS is 114022 and 149574 respectively. The "x2" value calculated like that is exactly what I am looking for. I input the data like this but the...
8. A basic question about chi-square test

Thank you for your reply! But what about to see whether each row has a significant difference, like whether there is a significant difference between A and B groups on the use of English word "finally"? Not the comparison between two whole sets of data?
9. A basic question about chi-square test

Thank you for your detailed reply! But may I ask my questions again more clearly? Here is a reference paper in which the total number of words in NS and NNS is 114022 and 149574 respectively. The "x2" value calculated like that is exactly what I am looking for. I input the data like this but the...
10. A basic question about chi-square test

There is a test to examine the usage of different English words by male and female students. So there are two columns of data (male and female students), 30 rows(each row is the frequency of different English words used by male and female students). I find an online chi-square calculator, which...