Use this to save summary information for grouped data. These results are saved when you click **Run** in the main Summary Tables dialog.

- After selecting the appropriate boxes, type names for the data structures into the corresponding
**In**: fields.

Alternatively, click**Generate names**to auto-fill the fields with names.

The table below indicates the type of structures formed for each item.

## Save

Totals |
Table | The totals for each group. |

No. of observations |
Table | The number of observations in each group. |

Means |
Table | The arithmetic mean for each group. |

Variances |
Table | The variance of the values for each group. |

Standard deviation |
Table | The standard deviation of the values for each group. |

Medians |
Table | The median value in each group. |

Quantiles |
Table or Pointer | The quantiles for each group. If a list of two or more quantiles is specified, the results will be stored in a pointer which points to individual tables for each quantile. |

Minima |
Table | The minimum value in each group. |

Maxima |
Table | The maximum value in each group. |

Standard error of mean |
Table | The standard error of mean of the values for each group. |

Skewness |
Table | The skewness of the values for each group. |

Standard error of skewness |
Table | The standard error of skewness of the values for each group. |

Kurtosis |
Table | The kurtosis of the values for each group. |

Standard error of kurtosis |
Table | The standard error of kurtosis of the values for each group. |

## Display tables in spreadsheet using

Select this to display the results in a new spreadsheet window. The format of the spreadsheet can be controlled by the choices in the dropdown list.

Page format |
Each table is displayed on a single page in a separate spreadsheet. The last specified classifying factor indexes the columns in the spreadsheet. |

Column format |
The tables occupy a single column but multiple tables can be put in a single spreadsheet. This is the default for a table with a single classifying factor. |

Tabbed format |
Each table is displayed on a single page in a tabbed-table spreadsheet. The separate tables appear as tabs in the spreadsheet and manipulations on one table are propagated to all other tables in the book. If there is only a single table with three or more classifying factors being saved, then the table will be displayed as a tabbed-table with the first classifying factor’s groups indexing the tabs in the book. |