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Creating a summary statistic table
1 In the Variables pane, select the variables that you want to summarize.
2 Click Tables > New > Summary Statistic Table.
3 In the Summary Statistic Table dialog, select the statistic(s) that you want to see for each variable. The default values are sum, minimum, maximum, and mean.
The Summary Statistic Tables feature can only be applied on numeric variables. If you select a categorical variable, a error message will display. When creating the summary statistic table, you can also choose whether to summarize all the variables in a single new variable, instead of displaying each variable separately on the side of the table.
4 Select Display as single axis, and then click OK.
A new table is created and the variables are added to the side of the table. If you selected Display as single axis, a single variable is created and added to the table, containing a row for each selected variable.
5 If you want to add any variables to the top of the table, select and add them using drag and drop or Ctrl+Alt+T.
6 Generate the table: click the Generate table button This graphic is described in the surrounding text..
Displaying the summarized variables as a single variable
If you select Display as single axis, UNICOM Intelligence Reporter creates a new variable called SummaryVariable and adds it to the side of the table. SummaryVariable contains a single row for each of the selected variables. The cell items correspond to the summary statistics that you selected.
If you include the base as one of the summary statistics, the base in all the rows is for all cases.
Displaying the summarized variables as separate variables
If you do not select Display as single axis, UNICOM Intelligence Reporter adds the selected variables to the side of the table and edits them so that they each display a single row. The cell items in the row correspond to the statistics that you selected.
If you include the base as one of the summary statistics, the base in each row is the (non-null) cases for the variable in that row.
See also
Creating summary statistic or summary means tables