Select the Advanced tab of the Two-Way Joining Results dialog box to access the options described here.

Summary: Two-way joining graph. Click the Summary: Two-way joining graph button to display a graphical representation of the results of the two-way joining procedure. Specifically, the reordered data matrix is represented in a discrete contour plot.

Descriptive statistics for cases (rows). Click the Descriptive statistics for cases (rows) button to display a standard spreadsheet with means and standard deviations for each case (i.e., row of the data matrix) across variables (columns of the data matrix).

Descriptive statistics for variables. Click the Descriptive statistics for variables button to display a standard spreadsheet with means and standard deviations for each variable (i.e., column of the data matrix) across cases (rows of the data matrix).

Reordered data matrix. Click the Reordered data matrix button to display a standard spreadsheet with the complete data matrix, reordered according to the results of the two-way joining computations. Note that the goal of this procedure is to simultaneously cluster cases and variables, that is, to move similar data points together as closely as possible by reordering the columns and rows of the data matrix. Refer to Hartigan (1975) for a detailed description of this procedure and its applications.