The Tables tab is shown in Figure 29.12. You can use the Tables tab to display the following tables that summarize the results of the analysis. For more information, see the “Displayed Output” subsection of the “Details” section in the documentation for the DISCRIM procedure.
specifies whether to display descriptive statistics for the total sample and within each group. This option corresponds to the SIMPLE option in the PROC DISCRIM statement.
specifies whether to display univariate statistics for testing the hypothesis that the population group means are equal for each variable. This option corresponds to the ANOVA option in the PROC DISCRIM statement.
specifies whether to display multivariate statistics for testing the hypothesis that the population group means are equal for each variable. This option corresponds to the MANOVA option in the PROC DISCRIM statement.
specifies whether to display the squared Mahalanobis distances (and associated statistics) between the group means. This option corresponds to the DISTANCE option in the PROC DISCRIM statement.
specifies whether to display total-sample and pooled within-group standardized group means. This option corresponds to the STDMEAN option in the PROC DISCRIM statement.
specifies whether to display the correlation matrices for each set of variables. This option corresponds to the BCOV, PCOV, TCOV, and WCOV options in the PROC DISCRIM statement.
specifies whether to display the correlation matrices for each set of variables. This option corresponds to the BCORR, PCORR, TCORR, and WCORR options in the PROC DISCRIM statement.
specifies whether to display correlations between the canonical variables and the original variables.
specifies whether to display the raw and standardized canonical coefficients for each set of variables.
In addition to the previous optional tables, the Canonical Discriminant analysis always creates the following tables. The name of the table refers to the ODS table name.
corresponds to the “Counts” table.
corresponds to the “Levels” table.
corresponds to the “CanCorr” table. Note: This table looks like three tables: canonical correlations, eigenvalues of , and tests for hypothesis that the canonical coefficients equal zero.
corresponds to the “CanonicalMeans” table.
corresponds to the “LinearDiscFunc” table. This table is displayed only for the linear parametric classification method.
corresponds to the “ClassifiedResub” or “ClassifiedCrossVal” table.
corresponds to the “ErrorResub” or “ErrorCrossVal” table.