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Date:         Fri, 30 Dec 2005 18:20:39 -0500
Reply-To:     lawson@AESOP.RUTGERS.EDU
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:         T J Lawson <lawson@AESOP.RUTGERS.EDU>
Subject:      Re: ods output development ?
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John and SAS-L

How do you pull out the values I would like from the ods output. This output would flow into summary table. Thank you T J Lawson

------------- Name: MCLinesInfo Label: Information Template: stat.GLM.SquashFact Path: GLM.Means.R.Color.MCLines.T.MCLinesInfo ------------- Alpha 0.05 Error Degrees of Freedom 45 Error Mean Square 0.273611 Critical Value of t 2.01410 Least Significant Difference *0.2634*

------------- Name: MCLines Label: Comparisons Template: stat.GLM.MCLines Path: GLM.Means.R.Color.MCLines.T.MCLines ------------- Means with the same letter are not significantly different. t Grouping Mean N *R** *

A *6.1875** * 32 *+*

B *5.8750** * 32 *-* ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Gerstle, John wrote:

>TJ, >What I do is use the ODS TRACE ON / LISTING; statement to see what the >table names are. Once you know the table name, then change the ODS >TRACE statement to a ODS OUTPUT tablename = yourtable ; (with following >ODS OUTPUT CLOSE, of course). I usually play a bit printing the table >in the listing window to see what I've got and what I need to do to use >it. > >It's hard to tell you more specifically what to do from your email - >it's not specific enough what you're trying to do here (or at least I'm >missing it) - what you're wanting to merge to what. > >Post back to the list... > >John Gerstle, MS >Biostatistician >CDC Information Technological Support Contract (CITS) >NCHSTP \DHAP \HICSB \Research, Analysis, and Evaluation Section > > > >>>-----Original Message----- >>>From: >>> >>> >[] > > >>>On Behalf Of T J Lawson >>>Sent: Friday, December 30, 2005 4:21 PM >>>To: SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU >>>Subject: ods output development ? >>> >>>Good evening SAS-L, >>>I have been in the shadows trying to understand as much as I can for >>>about a year now. >>>SAS-L is what the www was intended to be -- the sharing of >>> >>> >information > > >>>-- Thank You. >>>At the Bottom is the program for an analysis of a field study. >>>What I am trying to grasp is the next step in the development of a MS >>>Word table. >>>------------------- >>>N + >>>N - >>> lsd >>>P + >>>P - >>> lsd >>>G + >>>G - >>> lsd >>>R + >>>R - >>> lsd >>>----------------- >>>ODS outputs a nice table for the individual levels N P R G. I >>>understand the ods trace on / listing. How do I merger this output? >>>What term am I not pick up on?? >>>Should I follow 1-ods markup, 2-ods output, 3- proc report, 4-proc >>>tabulate or something else? >>> >>>THANK YOU - HAPPY NEW YEAR >>>T J Lawson >>>Research Technician >>>Rutgers University >>> >>> >>>---------------------------------- >>>ods rtf file='C0607.rtf'; >>>ods rtf style=journal startpage=no keepn ; >>> >>>TITLE 'Color 06 07 2005'; >>> >>>Proc print data=Vel_05.C0607; >>>run; >>> >>>PROC GLM data=Vel_05.C0607; >>>CLASSES REP N P R G; >>>MODEL Color = REP N | P | R | G ; >>> >>>MEANS N / LSD LINES; >>>MEANS P / LSD LINES; >>>MEANS R / LSD LINES; >>>MEANS G / LSD LINES; >>>MEANS N*P / LSD LINES; >>>MEANS N*R / LSD LINES; >>>MEANS N*G / LSD LINES; >>>MEANS P*R / LSD LINES; >>>MEANS P*G / LSD LINES; >>>MEANS R*G / LSD LINES; >>>MEANS N*P*R/ LSD LINES; >>>MEANS N*P*G / LSD LINES; >>>MEANS P*R*G / LSD LINES; >>>MEANS R*N*G / LSD LINES; >>>MEANS G*P*N / LSD LINES; >>>MEANS N*P*R*G / LSD LINES; >>>RUN; >>>quit; >>>ods rtf close; >>>quit; >>> >>> > > > >

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