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Kyra
Quartz | Level 8

Hi,

 

Please help me with SAS code for 3 ways contingency table. I want my table to look like below. Any help would be appreciated.

Image result for 3-way contingency table

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PaigeMiller
Diamond | Level 26

For future reference: When pasting a log file, or an output from a procedure, click on the {i} icon and paste your text into that window.

 

Try something like this:

 

proc report data=have;
    columns x1 x2 x3;
    define x1/group "Label for X1";
    define x2/group "Label for X2";
    define x3/across "Label for X3";
run;
--
Paige Miller

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PaigeMiller
Diamond | Level 26

The basic form of the analysis is:

 

proc freq data=have;
    tables x1*x2*x3;
run;

PROC FREQ has lots of options: https://documentation.sas.com/?cdcId=pgmmvacdc&cdcVersion=9.4&docsetId=statug&docsetTarget=statug_fr...

 

Also, PROC REPORT ought to be able to do this.

--
Paige Miller
Kyra
Quartz | Level 8
Thanks for the reply.

proc freq data=red.shruti1;
tables pillsprescribed1*Satisfaction*GENDER;run;

It is giving me something like below. I want all the three variables in
same table. satisfaction, gender, pills prescribed.

SAS Output
The FREQ Procedure

Frequency
Percent
Row Pct
Col Pct
Table 1 of Satisfaction by GENDER
Controlling for pillsprescribed1=1
Satisfaction(Satisfaction) GENDER(GENDER)
0 1 Total
Dissatisfied
0
0.00
.
0.00
0
0.00
.
0.00
0
0.00


Highly Dissatisfied
0
0.00
0.00
0.00
1
25.00
100.00
33.33
1
25.00


Highly Satisfied
0
0.00
0.00
0.00
2
50.00
100.00
66.67
2
50.00


Satisfied
1
25.00
100.00
100.00
0
0.00
0.00
0.00
1
25.00


Total
1
25.00
3
75.00
4
100.00

Frequency
Percent
Row Pct
Col Pct
Table 2 of Satisfaction by GENDER
Controlling for pillsprescribed1=2
Satisfaction(Satisfaction) GENDER(GENDER)
0 1 Total
Dissatisfied
0
0.00
0.00
0.00
3
8.57
100.00
17.65
3
8.57


Highly Dissatisfied
1
2.86
100.00
5.56
0
0.00
0.00
0.00
1
2.86


Highly Satisfied
7
20.00
50.00
38.89
7
20.00
50.00
41.18
14
40.00


Satisfied
10
28.57
58.82
55.56
7
20.00
41.18
41.18
17
48.57


Total
18
51.43
17
48.57
35
100.00
Frequency Missing = 2

Frequency
Percent
Row Pct
Col Pct
Table 3 of Satisfaction by GENDER
Controlling for pillsprescribed1=3
Satisfaction(Satisfaction) GENDER(GENDER)
0 1 Total
Dissatisfied
2
4.17
40.00
6.67
3
6.25
60.00
16.67
5
10.42


Highly Dissatisfied
2
4.17
100.00
6.67
0
0.00
0.00
0.00
2
4.17


Highly Satisfied
9
18.75
50.00
30.00
9
18.75
50.00
50.00
18
37.50


Satisfied
17
35.42
73.91
56.67
6
12.50
26.09
33.33
23
47.92


Total
30
62.50
18
37.50
48
100.00
Frequency Missing = 1

PaigeMiller
Diamond | Level 26

For future reference: When pasting a log file, or an output from a procedure, click on the {i} icon and paste your text into that window.

 

Try something like this:

 

proc report data=have;
    columns x1 x2 x3;
    define x1/group "Label for X1";
    define x2/group "Label for X2";
    define x3/across "Label for X3";
run;
--
Paige Miller
Reeza
Super User

You want PROC TABULATE then instead:

 

proc tabulate data=have;
class def_race victim_race death_penalty;
table def_race="Defandant's Race"*victim_race="Victim's Race" , death_penalty="Death Penalty";
run; 

@Kyra wrote:

Hi,

 

Please help me with SAS code for 3 ways contingency table. I want my table to look like below. Any help would be appreciated.

Image result for 3-way contingency table


 

Kyra
Quartz | Level 8

Thank you very much. This code also worked.

one further question-

 

Is it possible to do chisq/fisher's for these kind of 3 way contingency tables.

 

Thanks,

 

 

Reeza
Super User
Yes, but not via PROC TABULATE, I think you need PROC FREQ for that.
Kyra
Quartz | Level 8
oh, okay. Thanks.
Reeza
Super User

Actually....it can't it does two way tables. Not sure what you would do for a three way table, maybe catmod or proc logistic I suspect.

Kyra
Quartz | Level 8
Hi, I think Log-linear model is the anwer. Proc Genmod

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