Canonical Correspondence Analysis
multiple regression of the environmental variables and the site (sample) scores
derived from the weighted average of the species as the dependent variable. This
value should be viewed with caution see Problems with Species Environment
Kendal rank  correlation species/environment scores   The analysis produces
scores for each site based on either their environmental variables or species
composition. This row gives, for each canonical axis, the Kendal rank correlation
between these two scores for all the sites.
Non canonical Eigenvalues   These are the eigenvalues for the non canonical axes
and represent the variance that could not be explained by a linear combination of the
environmental variables. These are the results of the residual analysis.
% variance explained   This is the amount of the total variance in the data that is
explained by each of the non canonical axes.
Cumulative % variance   This is the sum total of the variance explained by the
addition of each new non canonical axes.
These results can be printed or exported from the File menu and copied from the Edit
menu. See 
Export Active Grid
Sample Scores
This grid gives the score for each sample for each axis and are the values that are
plotted to form the sample
ordination (see 
Ordination Plot
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