When a Variable Set is dragged from the Data Sets tree a SUMMARY Table is created. Summary tables can contain multiple statistics, such as both percentages and counts, and that they can also be one or two-dimensional in terms of the data that they represent (this is determined by the Variable Set Structure, as described below).
A crosstab is created when a second Variable Set is dragged onto a Summary Table.
Tables created from Calculations
Tables can also be created using R code (see Calculation). Note that this type of table is ultimately a custom Calculation and is qualitatively different to summary tables and crosstabs (e.g., you can sort this type of table by clicking on the column headings).
Manipulating tables and controlling their appearance
Summary tables and crosstabs
The appearance of a table is governed by:
- The properties of the Variable Set:
- The selections in the Inputs and Properties sections of the Object Inspector on the right of the screen:
R Output tables
The appearance of a table created by a custom Calculation is governed by the: