This command allows you to intersect the hyperspheres of different GRIDS of the same problem and gives a CONSENSUS analysis.  The grids are not weighted before they are combined. The result is averaged and centered before analyzing. This process can be applied to a single grid and is useful for comparing a weighted and non weighted version of the same grid without loosing the weighting column.

It may be worth considering NORMALIZING the individual grids first. This will have the effect of removing different uses of the grading scale ( i.e., some people may use the full range, some a narrow band, some the highs only etc.). After the grids have been combined the analysis takes place straight away. Although all the grids used for Consensus Analysis must be in the same directory, you can later save this combination as a new and separate grid for Difference Analysis purposes.