PROC CANCORR <options>;
The PROC CANCORR statement invokes the CANCORR procedure. Optionally, it also identifies input and output data sets, specifies the analyses performed, and controls displayed output. Table 30.1 summarizes the options available in the PROC CANCORR statement.
Table 30.1: Summary of PROC CANCORR Statement Options
Option 
Description 

Specify computational details 

Specifies error degrees of freedom if input observations are regression residuals 

Specifies the method of evaluating the multivariate test statistics 

Omits intercept from canonical correlation and regression models 

Specifies regression degrees of freedom if input observations are regression residuals 

Specifies the singularity criterion 

Specify input and output data sets 

Specifies input data set name 

Specifies output data set name 

Specifies output data set name containing various statistics 

Specify labeling options 

Specifies a prefix for naming residual variables 

Specifies a name to refer to VAR statement variables 

Specifies a prefix for naming VAR statement canonical variables 

Specifies a name to refer to WITH statement variables 

Specifies a prefix for naming WITH statement canonical variables 

Control amount of output 

Produces simple statistics, input variable correlations, and canonical redundancy analysis 

Produces input variable correlations 

Specifies number of canonical variables for which full output is desired 

Suppresses all displayed output 

Produces canonical redundancy analysis 

Suppresses default output from canonical analysis 

Produces means and standard deviations 

Request regression analyses 

Requests multiple regression analyses with the VAR variables as dependents and the WITH variables as regressors 

Requests multiple regression analyses with the VAR variables as regressors and the WITH variables as dependents 

Same as VREG 

Same as VDEP 

Specify regression statistics 

Produces all regression statistics and includes these statistics in the OUTSTAT= data set 

Produces raw regression coefficients 

Produces 95% confidence interval limits for the regression coefficients 

Produces correlations among regression coefficients 

Requests statistics for the intercept when you specify the B, CLB, SEB, T, or PROBT option 

Displays partial correlations between regressors and dependents 

Displays probability levels for t statistics 

Displays standard errors of regression coefficients 

Displays squared multiple correlations and F tests 

Displays semipartial correlations between regressors and dependents 

Displays squared partial correlations between regressors and dependents 

Displays squared semipartial correlations between regressors and dependents 

Displays standardized regression coefficients 

Displays t statistics for regression coefficients 
Following are explanations of the options that can be used in the PROC CANCORR statement (in alphabetic order).