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The CANCORR Procedure |

The new data set contains the following variables:

- the BY variables, if any
- two new character variables, _TYPE_ and _NAME_
- Intercept, if the INT option is used
- the variables analyzed (those in the VAR statement and the WITH statement)

- _TYPE_
**Contents**- USTD
- uncorrected standard deviations.
When you specify the NOINT option in the PROC CANCORR
statement, the OUTSTAT= data set contains standard
deviations not corrected for the mean (_TYPE_='USTD').
- N
- number of observations on which the analysis is based.
This value is the same for each variable.
- SUMWGT
- sum of the weights if a WEIGHT statement is used.
This value is the same for each variable.
- CORR
- correlations.
The _NAME_ variable contains the name of the variable
corresponding to each row of the correlation matrix.
- UCORR
- uncorrected correlation matrix.
When you specify the NOINT option in the PROC CANCORR
statement, the OUTSTAT= data set contains a matrix
of correlations not corrected for the means.
- CANCORR
- canonical correlations
- SCORE
- standardized canonical coefficients.
The _NAME_ variable contains the name of the canonical variable.
- RAWSCORE
- raw canonical coefficients
- USCORE
- scoring coefficients to be applied without
subtracting the mean from the raw variables.
These are standardized canonical
coefficients computed under a NOINT model.
- STRUCTUR
- canonical structure
- RSQUARED
*R*s for the multiple regression analyses^{2}- ADJRSQ
- adjusted
*R*s^{2} - LCLRSQ
- approximate 95% lower confidence limits for the
*R*s^{2} - UCLRSQ
- approximate 95% upper confidence limits for the
*R*s^{2} - F
*F*statistics for the multiple regression analyses- PROBF
- probability levels for the
*F*statistics - CORRB
- correlations among the regression coefficient estimates
- STB
- standardized regression coefficients.
The _NAME_ variable contains
the name of the dependent variable.
- B
- raw regression coefficients
- SEB
- standard errors of the regression coefficients
- LCLB
- 95% lower confidence limits for the
regression coefficients
- MEAN
- means
- STD
- standard deviations
- UCLB
- 95% upper confidence limits for the
regression coefficients
- T
*t*statistics for the regression coefficients- PROBT
- probability levels for the
*t*statistics - SPCORR
- semipartial correlations between
regressors and dependent variables
- SQSPCORR
- squared semipartial correlations between
regressors and dependent variables
- PCORR
- partial correlations between regressors and dependent variables
- SQPCORR
- squared partial correlations between regressors and dependent variables

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