Parameters | Pattern Discovery | -log10(p-Value) Cutoff

-log10(p-Value) Cutoff
This parameter is used to specify a cutoff for -log10(p-values) in order to select significant hypothesis tests. This parameter is used when no Multiple Testing Method for Output Test Data Set is specified.
Note: Values specified here are on the -log10 scale, so 1.3 corresponds to a p-value cutoff of 0.05, 2 to 0.01, 3 to 0.001, and so on.
If you do not specify means or LSMeans differences or ESTIMATE statements, the selection is made across Type 3 tests of the fixed effects.
To Specify a -log10(p-value) Cutoff Value:
Select the blank space in the Multiple Testing Method for Output Test Data Set drop-down menu to enable the -log10(p-value) Cutoff field/slider.
Tip: To change the scale of the slider, right-click on the slider and select Rescale Slider from the pop-up menu. Change the upper and/or lower boundaries in the window that appears, to rescale the slider and click OK.