Use this to save information from a single-stage survey analysis.

## Save

After selecting the appropriate boxes, type names for the data structures into the corresponding In: fields. The table below indicates the type of structures formed for each item.

Fitted values |
Variate | The fitted value (stratum mean) for each unit. |

Influence statistics |
Variate | The influence statistics (these are the percentage change to the grand total if the specified unit was treated as a missing value). |

Totals |
Scalar or Table | Containing the estimates of the stratum totals. |

Standard errors of totals |
Scalar or Table | The standard error of the stratum totals. |

Lower confidence limit for totals |
Scalar or Table | Lower confidence limits of totals. |

Upper confidence limit for totals |
Scalar or Table | Upper confidence limits of totals. |

Means |
Scalar or Table | Containing the estimates of the stratum means. |

Standard errors of means |
Scalar or Table | Containing the standard error of the stratum means. |

Lower confidence limit for means |
Scalar or Table | Lower confidence limits of means. |

Upper confidence limit for means |
Scalar or Table | Upper confidence limits of means. |

Residual variance |
Table | The residual variance within each stratum. |

Ratios |
Table | The estimates of the ratios by stratum (ratio estimation only). |

## Display in spreadsheet

Select this to display the results in a new spreadsheet window.

## Form of summaries for totals and means

Controls the how the summaries of the means and totals are formed. Select **Summaries for each stratum** to produce tables for the means and totals with a value for each stratum. Alternatively, select **Overall summaries** to produce single scalars containing the grand total only.

## See also

- Survey analysis menu
- Survey analysis Options
- SVSTRATIFIED procedure