# Correspondence Analysis Statistics

The Statistics dialog box allows you to specify the numerical output produced.

**Correspondence
table.** A crosstabulation of the input variables with row
and column marginal totals.

**Overview of row
points.** For each row category, the scores, mass, inertia,
contribution to the inertia of the dimension, and the contribution
of the dimension to the inertia of the point.

**Overview of column
points.** For each column category, the scores, mass, inertia,
contribution to the inertia of the dimension, and the contribution
of the dimension to the inertia of the point.

**Row profiles.** For each row category, the distribution across the categories of
the column variable.

**Column profiles.** For each column category, the distribution across the categories
of the row variable.

**Permutations of
the correspondence table.** The correspondence table reorganized
such that the rows and columns are in increasing order according to
the scores on the first dimension. Optionally, you can specify the
maximum dimension number for which permuted tables will be produced.
A permuted table for each dimension from 1 to the number specified
is produced.

**Confidence Statistics
for Row points.** Includes standard deviation and correlations
for all nonsupplementary row points.

**Confidence Statistics
for Column points.** Includes standard deviation and correlations
for all nonsupplementary column points.

To Select Statistics in Correspondence Analysis

This feature requires the Categories option.

- From the menus choose:
- In the Correspondence Analysis dialog box, click Statistics.