# Bayesian Pearson Correlation: Criteria

You can specify the following analysis criteria for Bayesian Pearson Correlation Inference (pairwise).

- Credible interval percentage %
- Specify the significance level for computing credible intervals. The default level is 95%.
- Missing Values
- Specify the method in which to control missing values.
- Exclude cases pairwise
- This setting excludes records that include missing values pairwise.
- Exclude cases listwise
- This setting excludes records that include missing values listwise. Records that include missing values for any field that is named on any subcommand are excluded from all analysis.

Note: The following options are available only when either the Estimate Bayes Factor or Use Both Methods option is selected for Bayesian Analysis. - Numerical Method
- Specify the numerical method that is used to estimate the integral.
- Set custom seed
- When selected, you can specify a custom seed value in the Seed field.

- Tolerance
- Specify the tolerance value for the numerical methods. The default setting is 0.000001.

- Maximum iterations
- Specify the maximum number of method iterations. The value must be a positive integer. The default setting is 2000.

- Number of Monte Carlo Samples
- Specify the number of points that are sampled for the Monte Carlo approximation. The value must be a positive integer. The default value is 10000.

- Samples Simulated for Posterior Distribution
- Specify the number of samples that are used to draw the desired posterior distribution. The default value is 10000.