GLZ Quick Specs

On the GLZ Startup Panel - Advanced tab, select Quick specs dialog in the Specification method list and specify a Type of analysis. Then click the OK button in the GLZ Startup Panel to display the GLZ Quick Specs dialog box. This dialog box contains two tabs: Quick and Advanced. Note that the title of this dialog box will always reflect the Type of analysis that was selected on the GLZ Startup Panel - Advanced tab. Use the options on the Quick tab to select and specify the types of variables for your generalized linear/nonlinear model. Use the options on the Advanced tab for additional specifications for your generalized linear/nonlinear model.

OK. Click the OK button to display the GLZ Results dialog box (or the standard variable selection dialog box if you have not already specified your variables).

Cancel. Click the Cancel button to close the dialog box without performing any analysis and return to the GLZ Startup Panel.

Options. Click the Options button to display the Options menu.

Syntax editor. Click the Syntax editor button to display the GLZ Analysis Syntax Editor; all current specifications (e.g., variable selections, design specifications) in the Quick specs dialog box will automatically be transferred (translated) to the syntax editor, and can be further modified or saved. However, note that when you click the < Back button in the GDA Models Syntax Editor after introducing additional customizations, those customizations created in the GDA Models Syntax Editor will not be translated "back" to the Quick specs dialog boxes.

For alternative ways of specifying designs in GLZ, see Methods for Specifying Designs.