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Printing analyses (tables, charts, lists or maps)

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  1. Click AnalysesIcon.png on the Snap toolbar to open the Analyses window.
  2. Find the entry for the analysis you wish to view in the Analyses window. Double-click the entry or select the entry and click VariablePropsIcon.png on the Analyses window toolbar.
  3. The analysis opens in a new window.
  4. Click PrintIcon.png on the window toolbar to display the Print Analysis Details dialog.
  5. Select the options you want to include.

Fit this table to page

Check to compress a table with a high number of columns or rows so that it fits on fewer pages. (Useful in cases where the table is just carries on to a second page.)

Include notes

Check to print notes that have been included with the definition

Include full description

Check to include information about the analysis definition: which variables are analysed, how they are broken down, whether all cases are visible, whether a weight has been used to balance out the population, whether a score has been used to perform calculations, and what data is included for each entry.

  1. Make the changes you want to the titles and headings, and click Print.
  2. If you want to change the page size, or headers or footers, click Setup….

Printing a list of analyses

  1. Click AnalysesIcon.png on the toolbar to open the Analyses window.
  2. Click PrintIcon.png on the Analyses window toolbar to display the Analysis Details dialog box.
  3. Enter a title in the Title field. Select the Style required. Specify the selection criteria to print out details for selected analyses.
  4. Click Print to print the list.
Print the analysis details

This dialog has three different styles:

  • Detailed, single column produces a list showing the contents of the name, label, analysis and break fields of each analysis, as specified in the Analysis Definition dialog box, in a single column format.
  • Detailed, double column produces a list showing the contents of the name, label, analysis and break fields of each analysis, as specified in the Analysis Definition dialog box, in a double column format.
  • Summary produces a summary that matches the data in the Analyses Window.

The report settings (headers, footers etc.) can be changed by selecting Setup.

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