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Date:   Wed, 3 Jun 2009 02:34:31 -0700
Reply-To:   Frank Poppe <Frank.Poppe@PWCONSULTING.NL>
Sender:   "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:   Frank Poppe <Frank.Poppe@PWCONSULTING.NL>
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Subject:   Re: Inserting Greek Characters and Merging Cells Vertically in Proc
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On Jun 2, 10:32 pm, pjmiller...@YAHOO.COM (Paul Miller) wrote: > Hello Everyone, > =A0 > I want to create a table in proc report that has 5 columns and 4 rows. The= > =A0columns are=A0gender, group1 n(%), group2 n(%), total n(%), and p-value.= > The rows underneath the column headers are female, male, and total.=20 > =A0 > The first 4 columns are part of a frequency table. The last column contains= > output for the chi-square statistic. Currently my code outputs the followi= > ng in the top cell of the 5th column: > =A0 > x2=A0(1, 48) =3D 0.34| p =3D 0.56 > =A0 > Ultimately, I'd like to display x2 in proc report as a greek letter followe= > d by a superscript. Also, I'd like to merge all the cells in the last colum= > n and have the information for the chi square statistic at the top of a sin= > gle large cell. > =A0 > I've been looking for ways to do this online and haven't found anything tha= > t I can get to work yet.=20 > =A0 > Does anyone know how to do this? > =A0 > Thanks, > =A0 > Paul > =A0 > =A0=0A=0A=0A _________________________________________________________= > _________=0AReclaim your name @ymail.com or @rocketmail.com. Get your new e= > mail address now! Go tohttp://ca.promos.yahoo.com/jacko/

Hi,

For some ideas how to insert Greek characters in ODS output look here: http://frank-poppe.xs4all.nl/SAS/. Superscripts also can be inserted using ODS in-line formatting.

I wouldn't know a way to merge cells.

Frank Poppe PW Consulting the Netherlands


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