Store the results for Parametric Growth Curve

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You can save results from your analysis to the worksheet so that you can use them in other analyses, graphs, and macros. Minitab stores the selected results after the last column of data. The names of the storage columns end with a number that increases as you store the same result multiple times.

Enter number of levels in by variable
If you are using a grouping (by) variable in the analysis, enter the number of levels that the column of grouping indicators contains. Minitab stores results for each group.
Mean cumulative function (MCF)
Store the mean cumulative function that is evaluated at the corresponding time (exact data) or end time (interval data). Minitab stores the values in the column MCF1.
Confidence limits for MCF
Store the confidence limits for the mean cumulative function. By default, Minitab stores the 95% confidence limits. You can change the confidence level in the Estimate subdialog box. Minitab stores the values in the columns CLMCF1 and CLMCF2.
Failure rate (ROCOF)
Store the ROCOF that is evaluated at the corresponding time (exact data) or end time (interval data). Minitab stores the values in the column ROCOF1.
Confidence limits for ROCOF
Store the confidence limits for the ROCOF. By default, Minitab stores the 95% confidence limits. You can change the confidence level in the Estimate subdialog box. Minitab stores the values in the columns CLROCOF1 and CLROCOF2.
Parameter estimates
Store estimates of the shape and scale. Minitab stores the values in the column Param1.
Standard error of estimates
Store the standard errors of the shape and scale (if available). Minitab stores the values in the column SEParam1.
Confidence limits for parameters
Store the confidence limits for the shape and scale. By default, Minitab stores the 95% confidence limits. You can change the confidence level in the Estimate subdialog box. Minitab stores the values in the columns CLParam1 and CLParam2.
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