Store statistics for Analyze Factorial Design

Stat > DOE > Factorial > Analyze Factorial Design > Storage

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 statistic and graphs.

Statistics that you can store

Minitab stores the fitted values in the column FITS.
Minitab stores the residuals in the column RESI.
Standardized residuals
Minitab stores the standardized residuals in the column SRES.
Deleted residuals
Minitab stores the deleted residuals in the column TRES.
Minitab stores the leverages in the column HI.
Cook’s distance
Minitab stores the Cook's distance in the column COOK.
Minitab stores the DFITS in the column DFIT.
Minitab stores the effects in the column EFFE.
Minitab stores the coefficients in the column COEF.
Design matrix
Minitab stores the design matrix in a matrix called XMAT. To view the matrix, choose Data > Display Data. To copy the matrix to the worksheet, choose Data > Copy > Matrix to Columns.
Minitab stores the means that you specify in the Options sub-dialog box in the columns SMEA.
Box-Cox Transformation
If you transform your response variable, you can store information about the transformation.
Box-Cox transformation of response
Minitab stores the transformed values of the response in the columns BCRE.
Fits for original response
Minitab stores the fitted values for the original response in the column BFIT.
Means for original response
Minitab stores the means that you specify in the Options dialog box in the column BSME.