Produce a top box with a changing percentage base and statistical testing

Attached is a spec RANKTOPBOXPERCENT.SPX that is an example that shows ranking a top box table with a changing percentage base and significance testing.

There are a couple of tricks to doing this setup. Like the non-stat tested version of this table you need to use a $[Mean] to calculate what the percent is. See section 6.1.3 in the Mentor manual to see how the $[Mean] is used.

However, you also must use a $[base] because you have the changing the statistics base in the body of the table.

Basically, it breaks down that you need to create 4 rows in the table for each top box row you want to print.

1) $[Mean] to calculate the percentage for ranking purposes

2-3) $[Base] Creates the statistical/percentage base for the top box along with the effective base,

4) The actual top box itself.

All but the top box are usually suppressed.

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