Saves information from an analysis by
ACANONICAL (C.J. Brien).
||Saves the projector pointers that produce the orthogonal decomposition|
||Saves the canonical efficiency factors|
||Saves the unadjusted efficiency criteria|
||Saves the adjusted efficiency criteria|
||Saves the adjusted degrees of freedom|
||Information saved from
ACKEEP allows you to save information from an analysis by the
ACANONICAL determines the decomposition of the sample space for a design, using an analysis of the canonical relationships between the projectors derived from two or more model formulae. It has parameters that allow you to save the information at the time of the analysis.
ACKEEP provides a way to save information afterwards. It has options with the same names as the
ADJDF parameters of
ACANONICAL, which save the information in exactly the same way; see
ACANONICAL for details.
By default, the information is saved from the most recent
ACANONICAL analysis. The
SAVE option of
ACKEEP allows you to save information from an earlier analysis, by setting it to a pointer saved earlier using the
SAVE parameter of
Commands for: Analysis of variance.
CAPTION 'ACKEEP example', 'Example from Brien & Payne (1999); also see AMTIER.'; STYLE=meta,plain " NOTE: this example will take several minutes to run." SPLOAD [PRINT=*] '%gendir%/examples/Amtier.gsh' ACANONICAL !p(!f(((Occasions/Intervals/Sittings)*Judges)/Positions), !f((Rows*(Squares/Columns))/Halfplots), !f(Trellis*Method)); SAVE=BP99 ACKEEP [SAVE=BP99; EFFICIENCYFACTORS=eff] PRINT eff['Occasions.Intervals.Sittings']['Squares.Columns'] PRINT eff['Occasions.Intervals.Sittings&Squares.Columns']['Trellis']