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Formatting 2X2 Crosstabulation

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Formatting 2X2 Crosstabulation

Looking for a way to format the following output so that the column percents show up with zero decimal places:

proc freq data = CombineScoredTemp;

  tables _node_ * Bin_SLR

   /nopercent norow nofreq;

run;

Of course I could copy & paste it into Excel. Then format it. Then I would want more decimal places.

Also, is there a way to output these column percents so that a % shows up with the numbers?

Thank you very much in advance.


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‎12-29-2014 11:34 AM
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Re: Formatting 2X2 Crosstabulation

Consider using Proc TABULATE insted which gives you many more formating options than Proc FREQ.

Compare the reports produced by the following two sample codes:

1. Using Proc FREQ:

proc freq data=sashelp.class;

  tables age*sex / nopercent norow nofreq;

run;

2. Using Proc FORMAT ans Proc TABULATE:

proc format;

  picture pctfmt low-high='009.99 %';

run;

proc tabulate data=sashelp.class format=10.;

  class age sex;

  table age all , sex*colpctn*F=pctfmt10.;

  keylabel all='Total' colpctn='Col Pct';

run;

SASReport.png

CTorres

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‎12-29-2014 11:34 AM
Regular Contributor
Posts: 180

Re: Formatting 2X2 Crosstabulation

Consider using Proc TABULATE insted which gives you many more formating options than Proc FREQ.

Compare the reports produced by the following two sample codes:

1. Using Proc FREQ:

proc freq data=sashelp.class;

  tables age*sex / nopercent norow nofreq;

run;

2. Using Proc FORMAT ans Proc TABULATE:

proc format;

  picture pctfmt low-high='009.99 %';

run;

proc tabulate data=sashelp.class format=10.;

  class age sex;

  table age all , sex*colpctn*F=pctfmt10.;

  keylabel all='Total' colpctn='Col Pct';

run;

SASReport.png

CTorres

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Re: Formatting 2X2 Crosstabulation

Thank you very much for introducing me to proc tabulate.

The website that has proven to be most helpful is:

http://www2.sas.com/proceedings/sugi30/258-30.pdf

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