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An Introduction to SAS University Edition by Ron Cody

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Chapter 18: Displaying Your Data

Introduction

Producing a Simple Report Using PROC PRINT

Using Labels Instead of Variable Names as Column Headings

Including a BY Variable in a Listing

Including the Number of Observations in a Listing

Conclusion

Problems

Introduction

The chapter describes how to use PROC PRINT to list all or part of a SAS data set. PROC PRINT can create decent-looking reports that include column labels and summary data.  However, if you need a fancier report or want more control over its appearance, you can use PROC REPORT to produce your report. There is a tradeoff:  PROC REPORT can produce more sophisticated, custom reports, but it is more complicated to use. As a matter of fact, there are entire books dedicated to PROC REPORT. ...

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