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After you have completed an analysis, you may save the results by appending them to an existing table.
To append the results of an analysis to an existing table:
The Save and Append Table dialog is presented.
The table's description can be seen by clicking view info for that table in the Folders and Tables browser.or by clicking
You will be presented with a dialog confirming that you want to append the table.
The results of your analysis are appended to the selected table.
An append will add every row in the current worksheet to the selected table only for columns that exist in the selected table. If the selected table contains columns that do not appear in your worksheet, those columns will contain N/A's for each new row. If your worksheet contains columns that do not appear in the selected table, those columns will not be included..
When you append a table with the results of an analysis, only the results are saved, not the actions to the original table that led to the results. If the original table were to change, the new table would not reflect those changes. It is oftentimes better to save the actions of a worksheet as a Quick Query instead. Then, when you view the Quick Query, the actions will be applied to the original table, and the results will be displayed. Not only does this save on space (which is extremely beneficial when you're dealing with large tables), but if the original table has been changed (updated, corrected, etc.), the results will reflect the changes.