Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2001 18:58:21 GMT
Reply-To: "Andrew H. Karp" <sfbay0001@AOL.COMNOSPAM>
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From: "Andrew H. Karp" <sfbay0001@AOL.COMNOSPAM>
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Subject: Re: proc FREQ help
Without looking at your data, your post does suggest that you can use PROC FREQ
to obtain what you are seeking. You might also want to explore the OUT= option
in PROC FREQ, which you can use to create an output data set, as well as the
functionalities of PROC MEANS. which might also be useful in analyzing your
data set, as it has a number of tools that are not available in PROC FREQ.
Hope this helps!
Andrew H. Karp
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