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Subgroups are categorical variables that can be included in your data file/study to enhance the results by providing subgroup analyses (or further breakdown of results). You may specify up to three additional subgroup variables using your own data. An example of a possibly useful subgroup for analysis is “College within the institution” (e.g., Arts and Sciences, Agriculture, Architecture, etc.). Note that in order for subgroup analyses to run, you'll need at least 100 students in at least one level of the subgroup (e.g., 100 or more students in Arts and Sciences).

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