This dialog selects the information to be printed from a canonical variates analysis.

## Display

This specifies which items of output are to be produced by the analysis.

Latent roots |
Latent roots (eigenvalues) |

Loadings |
Canonical variate loadings (latent vectors/eigenvectors) |

Residuals |
Residuals (see note below) |

Significance tests |
Significance tests for equality of latent roots |

Canonical variate means |
Canonical variate means and between-group Mahalanobis distances |

Scores |
Canonical variate scores for each unit |

## Number of dimensions

Specifies how many latent roots and vectors are printed (and saved); the residuals are formed from the remaining dimensions.

## Graphics

Specifies which graphical outputs are to be produced by the analysis.

### Canonical variate plot

Draws a canonical variate plot of the scores given by the **X dimension** and **Y dimension** boxes. The display for the plot can be controlled using the following options:

X dimension |
The dimension to be plotted on the x-axis. The maximum dimension that can be displayed is set by the Number of dimensions option. |

Y dimension |
The dimension to be plotted on the y-axis. The maximum dimension that can be displayed is set by the Number of dimensions option. |

Display confidence region |
Whether to include a confidence region on the plot. Selecting Means will draw the confidence region about the population means and the setting Populations plots the tolerance region for the populations. |

Shade confidence limits with transparency |
When this is selected, the confidence regions will be shaded with the specified level of transparency, otherwise they will be drawn with a line around the edge of the region. A larger number will lead to the regions being more transparent, and a smaller number to it being more opaque. |

Confidence limit (%) |
Lets you control the confidence limit for the confidence region. The limit is expressed as a percentage and must be in the range 0-100 |

Display individual units |
Whether to include the individual units in the plot. |

## Action buttons

OK |
Save the option settings and close the dialog. |

Cancel |
Close the dialog without making any changes. |

Defaults |
Reset the options to their default settings. |

## Action Icons

Clear |
Clear all fields and list boxes. | |

Help |
Open the Help topic for this dialog. |

## See also

- Save Options for choosing which results to save
- Canonical Variates Analysis
- Discriminant Analysis
- Stepwise Discriminant Analysis
- Biplot menu to produce a biplot of the results from a principal components analysis
- CVA directive
- CVAPLOT procedure in command mode, for producing canonical variate plots
- CVASCORES procedure
- DISCRIMINATE procedure
- SDISCRIMINATE procedure