Parameters | Copy Number | By Variables

By Variables
Specify the variables that define separate groups of rows on which binning is to be performed. For example, choosing Chromosome as the BY variable indicates that binning of intensities is to be performed separately for each chromosome.
Note for Bivariate One-Way ANOVA: The one-way repeated-measures ANOVA model is applied to the blocks of data corresponding to the unique levels of the variables specified here. Do not specify primary response variables here. For example, in a copy number experiment, specify both Chromosome and Position, or just SNP_Name.
BY Variables
BY variables are optional (in most processes) variable specifications whose values define groups of observations, such as hour, month, or year. BY variables can enable analyses to be performed separately on different groups as defined by that variable. Choosing a BY variable such as gender groups the subjects by gender, and conducts two separate analyses: one for males and one for females.
Alternatively, specifying a BY variable enables you to animate an image so that you can see how response values change according to some grouping, like over time.
To Specify One or More BY Variables:
All of the variables in the input data set are displayed in the Available Variables field.
Click to add the highlighted variable(s) to the By Variables field, as shown below:
Note: If no BY variables are specified, the analysis is conducted across all the subjects.