This dialog specifies saving results from a rainfall analysis in Genstat data structures. After selecting the appropriate boxes, type the names for the identifiers of the data structures into the corresponding **In:** fields.

## Save

Counts |
Table | Counts classified by day of the year and Markov state (e.g. dd, wd, dw and ww) |

Amounts |
Table | Mean amounts of rainfall for each day of the year by the wet Markov states (e.g. wd and ww) |

Observed probabilities |
Pointer | A pointer to variates for each wet Markov state containing the observed probability of rainfall for each day in the year |

Categories |
Factor | The Markov state for each day |

Counts by states |
Pointer | Saves a pointer to tables of counts for each Markov state |

Fitted probabilities |
Pointer | A pointer to variates for each wet Markov state containing the fitted probability of rainfall for each day in the year |

Fitted amounts |
Pointer | A pointer to variates for each wet Markov state containing the mean fitted amounts of rainfall for each day in the year |

## Display in spreadsheet

The saved results will be displayed within a new spreadsheet window.

## Save summaries in workbook

These options save the specified items in a workbook (Genstat GWB or Excel XLSX formats only). The **File** can be typed into the field or selected with the browse button . If a directory is not part of the filename, it will be created in the current working directory. If the **File** field is left empty, a spreadsheet will pop up in the client.

Counts |
The counts for each day in the year and Markov state |

Amounts |
The mean amounts of rainfall for each day in the year and wet Markov state |

Observed probabilities |
The observed probabilities of rainfall for each day in the year for each wet Markov state |

Fitted probabilities |
The fitted probabilities of rainfall for each day in the year for each wet Markov state |

Fitted amounts |
The mean fitted amounts of rainfall for each day in the year for each wet Markov state |

## See also

- Rainfall Analysis menu
- Rainfall Analysis Options dialog
- RFSUMMARY procedure in command mode
- RFFPROBABILITY procedure in command mode
- RFFAMOUNT procedure in command mode