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Learning SAS by Example by Ron Cody

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Chapter 17: Counting Frequencies

17.1  Introduction

17.2  Counting Frequencies

17.3  Selecting Variables for PROC FREQ

17.4  Using Formats to Label the Output

17.5  Using Formats to Group Values

17.6  Problems Grouping Values with PROC FREQ

17.7  Displaying Missing Values in the Frequency Table

17.8  Changing the Order of Values in PROC FREQ

17.9  Producing Two-Way Tables

17.10  Requesting Multiple Two-Way Tables

17.11  Producing Three-Way Tables

17.12  Problems

 

17.1  Introduction

PROC FREQ can be used to count frequencies of both character and numeric variables, in one-way, two-way, and three-way tables. In addition, you can use PROC FREQ to create output data sets containing counts and percentages. Finally, if you are statistically inclined, ...

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