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AJS1
Obsidian | Level 7

Clarification:

 

Does it make a difference if I use the default PROC MEANS statement or a CLASS and WAYS statement to get stats for an entire table (in other words, will both of these yield the same results)?

 

Proc means data=pg1.storm_final;

Var MaxWindMPH;

run;

 

vs.

 

Proc means data=pg1.storm_final;

Var MaxWindMPH;

CLASS BasinName StormType;

WAYS 0;

run;

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ballardw
Super User

I suggest that you try the code and compare the results. Especially with relatively simple code and data that is the best way to learn.

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