Creating Tables in List Format

Overview

When three or more variables are specified, the multiple levels of n-way tables can produce considerable output. Such bulky, often complex crosstabulations are often easier to read as a continuous list. Although this eliminates row and column frequencies and percents, the results are compact and clear.
The LIST option is not available when you also specify statistical options.
To generate list output for crosstabulations, add a slash (/) and the LIST option to the TABLES statement in your PROC FREQ step.
TABLES variable-1 *variable-2 <* ... variable-n> / LIST;

Example

Adding the LIST option to our Clinic.Diabetes program puts its frequencies in a simple, short table.
 proc format; value wtfmt ...

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