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Additional resources for Base SAS 9.1 Procedures Guide, Volumes 1, 2, 3 and 4
Because most procedures share some of the same table definitions, the output is more consistent. For example, if you have two different procedures producing an ANOVA table, they will both produce it in the same way because each procedure uses the same template to describe the table. However, there are four procedures that do not use a default table definition to produce their output: PRINT procedure, REPORT procedure, TABULATE procedure, and FREQ procedure’s n-way tables. These procedures use the structure that you specified in your program code to define their tables.
EXPORT procedure reads data from a SAS data set and writes it to an external data source. FONTREG procedure adds system fonts to the SAS registry. FORMAT procedure creates user-defined informats and formats for character or numeric variables. PROC FORMAT also prints the contents of a format library, creates a control data set to write other informats or formats, and reads a control data set to create informats or formats. FREQ procedure produces one-way to n-way frequency tables and reports frequency counts.
TRANTAB procedure creates, edits, and displays customized translation tables. UNIVARIATE procedure computes descriptive statistics (including quantiles), confidence intervals, and robust estimates for numeric variables. Provides detail on the distribution of numeric variables, which include tests for normality, plots to illustrate the distribution, frequency tables, and tests of location. 14 15 CHAPTER 2 Fundamental Concepts for Using Base SAS Procedures Language Concepts 16 Temporary and Permanent SAS Data Sets 16 Naming SAS Data Sets 16 USER Data Library 17 SAS System Options 17 Data Set Options 18 Global Statements 18 Procedure Concepts 19 Input Data Sets 19 RUN-Group Processing 19 Creating Titles That Contain BY-Group Information 20 BY-Group Processing 20 Suppressing the Default BY Line 20 Inserting BY-Group Information into a Title 20 Example: Inserting a Value from Each BY Variable into the Title 21 Example: Inserting the Name of a BY Variable into a Title 22 Example: Inserting the Complete BY Line into a Title 23 Error Processing of BY-Group Specifications 24 Shortcuts for Specifying Lists of Variable Names 24 Formatted Values 25 Using Formatted Values 25 Example: Printing the Formatted Values for a Data Set 25 Example: Grouping or Classifying Formatted Data 27 Example: Temporarily Associating a Format with a Variable 28 Example: Temporarily Dissociating a Format from a Variable 29 Formats and BY-Group Processing 30 Formats and Error Checking 30 Processing All the Data Sets in a Library 30 Operating Environment-Specific Procedures 30 Statistic Descriptions 31 Computational Requirements for Statistics 32 Output Delivery System 32 What Is the Output Delivery System?