You can use the Method tab to set options in the analysis. (See FigureĀ 31.9.) The tab supports the following options:
specifies that each combination of levels for all row variables become a row label. When not selected, each level of every
row variable becomes a row label. This corresponds to the CROSS=ROW option in the PROC CORRESP statement.
specifies that each combination of levels for all column variables become a column label. When not selected, each level of
every column variable becomes a column label. This corresponds to the CROSS=COL option in the PROC CORRESP statement.
Selecting both of the previous options corresponds to specifying the CROSS=BOTH option in the PROC CORRESP statement; clearing both of the previous options corresponds to specifying the CROSS=NONE option.
specifies whether to include observations with missing values in the analysis.
specifies that observations with missing values be excluded from the analysis.
specifies that missing values be treated as a distinct level of each categorical variable. This corresponds to the MISSING option in the PROC CORRESP statement.
specifies the number of principal coordinates to use for the analysis. You can type a value in this field. If your contingency
table is an table, the number of dimensions in the correspondence analysis is at most . This corresponds to the DIMENS= option in the PROC CORRESP statement.
specifies the standardization for the row and column coordinates. This corresponds to the PROFILE= option in the PROC CORRESP
statement.
Figure 31.9: The Method Tab