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

For more details on any of these statistics, go to All statistics and graphs.

## Statistics that you can store

- Coefficients
- Minitab stores the coefficients, one column for each response, in the columns COEF1, COEF2, and so on.
- Fits
- Minitab stores the fitted values, one column for each response, in the columns FITS1, FITS2, and so on.
- Residuals
- Minitab stores the residuals, one column for each response, in the columns RESI1, RESI2, and so on.
- Standardized residuals
- Minitab stores the standardized residuals, one column for each response, in the columns SRESI1, SRESI2, and so on.
- Deleted t residuals
- Minitab stores the deleted t residuals, one column for each response, in the columns TRESI1, TRESI2, and so on.
- Hi (leverage)
- Minitab stores the leverage values in the column HI1.
- Cook’s distance
- Minitab stores these values, one column for each response, in the columns COOK1, COOK2, and so on.
- DFITS
- Minitab stores these values, one column for each response, in the columns DFIT1, DFIT2, and so on.
- Design matrix
- Minitab stores the design matrix in a matrix called XMAT. To view the matrix, choose . To copy the matrix to the worksheet, choose .