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An Introduction to SAS University Edition by Ron Cody

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Chapter 4: Creating Reports

Introduction

Using the List Data Task to Create a Simple Listing

Filtering Data

Sorting Data

Outputting PDF and RTF Files

Joining Tables (Using the Query Window)

Conclusion

Introduction

In the last chapter, you saw how to use the Import Data facility on the Utilities tab to import data. In this chapter, you will see how to use several of the most useful tasks as well as the Query tool on the Utilities tab.

In this book, as well as in SAS Studio, you will see the terms SAS data set and table used interchangeably as well as these other equivalent terms: variables are also called columns and observations are called rows.

Using the List Data Task to Create a Simple Listing

SAS Studio has dozens of built-in tasks. If ...

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