Date: Wed, 1 Aug 2007 10:15:06 -0400
Reply-To: "Horne, Jim - James S" <Jim.S.Horne@LOWES.COM>
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From: "Horne, Jim - James S" <Jim.S.Horne@LOWES.COM>
Subject: A question about Percentiles
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I know it's easy in base SAS to determine the 90th percentile of a
variable - PROC MEANS does it very easily. But, is there a way short of
brute-force programming to determine what observation in the original
dataset provided that 90th percentile value?
ITE-Large Systems & Messaging
Lowe's Companies, Inc.