Launch the Response Screening platform by selecting Analyze > Modeling > Response Screening.

Identifies a column whose values assign a weight to each row. These values are used as weights in the analysis. For details, see the Weight section in the Fitting Linear Models book’s Introduction to the Fit Model Platform chapter.

Identifies a column whose values assign a frequency to each row. These values enable you to account for pre-summarized data. For details, see the Frequency section in the Fitting Linear Models book’s Introduction to the Fit Model Platform chapter.

Performs tests only for Y columns paired with X columns according to their order in the Y, Response and X lists. The first Y is paired with the first X, the second Y with the second X, and so on.

If no Practical Difference Proportion is specified, its value defaults to 0.10. Tests of practical significance and equivalence tests use this difference to determine the practical difference. See Compare Means Data Table.

Use to control the scale of plots involving LogWorth values (-log10 of p-values). LogWorth values that exceed MaxLogWorth are plotted as MaxLogWorth to prevent extreme scales in LogWorth plots. See Example of the MaxLogWorth Option for an example.