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Dec 14, 2015 9:44 AM
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Hi,

I have measurements of rodent skulls. I can easily do a Discriminant Analysis and see a canonical plot. However, when I try to export the variables, only Canonical axis 1 exports to my data file. Or, is there a way to directly make a bubble plot from within the Discriminant platform? Thanks, Chris

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Can you please clarify how you were "Exporting" the variables? I ran a Discriminant Analysis with one X Category and 9 Y, covariates, and when I specified red triangle==>Canonical Options==>Save Canonical Scores, I received 9 columns, one for each canonical axis. This isn't what you are looking for?

Jim

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Can you please clarify how you were "Exporting" the variables? I ran a Discriminant Analysis with one X Category and 9 Y, covariates, and when I specified red triangle==>Canonical Options==>Save Canonical Scores, I received 9 columns, one for each canonical axis. This isn't what you are looking for?

Jim

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