An abundance of real-world examples highlights Lauren Haworth's PROC TABULATE by Example. Beginning and intermediate SAS users will find this step-by-step guide to producing tables and reports using the TABULATE procedure both convenient and inviting. Applications are presented in a self-contained, two-page layout; discussion material and sample code are on one page, and the resulting tables are on the facing page. Topics are presented in order of increasing complexity, making this an excellent training manual or self-tutorial. The concise format also makes this a quick reference guide for specific applications for more advanced users. A very handy section on common problems and their solutions is also included. With this book, you will quickly learn how to generate tables using macros, create tables using SAS/ASSIST software, present output on the Internet, handle percentages and missing data, modify row and column headings, and produce one-, two-, and three-dimensional tables using PROC TABULATE. Also provided are more advanced tips on complex formatting and exporting PROC TABULATE to other applications.
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