Analysis Warnings

In many instances throughout interactive analyses, you may receive non-fatal error (warning) messages, for example, to inform you that some missing data were replaced by means, that some variables were dropped from the analyses, that some parameters were reset, etc. Usually, these warnings will not require that the respective analyses be terminated, but the information provided in these warnings may be important for you to be aware of. The Analysis Warnings dialog box summarizes the non-fatal errors that occurred, when they occurred (the time and in which specific analysis), the approximate line numbers in the SVB program code where the warnings occurred, etc. If the respective non-fatal error, when it occurred during the interactive analysis, required some user input (e.g., Yes/No in response to a question of whether to continue), then that user input is also shown in the Message field.

OK. Click the OK button to close the dialog box after you have made your selections.

Cancel. Click the Cancel button to close the dialog box, disregarding any changes you have made.

Delete All. Click the Delete All button to delete all current warning messages in this dialog box.

Delete. Click the Delete button to delete specific messages; first select the messages in the scrollable list of messages, then click Delete.

Copy to. The options under Copy to are used to copy the respective selected information to the Clipboard, Report, or to a Spreadsheet.

Do not display this dialog again. If you select the Do not display this dialog again check box, then during the current "session" with STATISTICA (running SVB programs) this dialog box will not be displayed again.

History queue length. Use the History queue length box to enter the maximum number of non-fatal errors (warnings) that you want the program to remember. When the execution of the SVB program generates more warnings than can fit in the queue, the oldest warning in the queue will be deleted to make room for the new non-fatal error message.