Publication date: 07/30/2020

For nominal and ordinal variables, the Frequencies report lists the levels of the variables, along with the associated frequency of occurrence and probabilities.

For each level of a categorical (nominal or ordinal) variable, the Frequencies report contains the information described in the following list. Missing values are omitted from the analysis.

Tip: Click a value in the Frequencies report to select the corresponding data in the histogram and data table.

Level

Lists each value found for a response variable.

Count

Lists the number of rows found for each level of a response variable. If you use a Freq variable, the Count is the sum of the Freq variables for each level of the response variable.

Prob

Lists the probability (or proportion) of occurrence for each level of a response variable. The probability is computed as the count divided by the total frequency of the variable, shown at the bottom of the table.

StdErr Prob

Lists the standard error of the probabilities. This column might be hidden. To show the column, right-click in the table and select Columns > StdErr Prob.

Cum Prob

Contains the cumulative sum of the column of probabilities. This column might be hidden. To show the column, right-click in the table and select Columns > Cum Prob.

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