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BRT001
Calcite | Level 5

Hi,

 

I am running a statistical analysis using the proc univariate (proc uni) function and to format the proc uni variable, I used the percent function percentn.n.  It worked for just the first variable but not for the others.  I was wondering if there is a special/different function for formatting proc uni variables as a percent?

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Jagadishkatam
Amethyst | Level 16
I believe you need to apply the format to the variables in the separate dataset with the existing dataset created by the proc univariate
Thanks,
Jag
Rick_SAS
SAS Super FREQ

Please show the statements that you are using. PROC UNIVARIATE ignores formats except for CLASS variables and for the display of INSET statistics.

BRT001
Calcite | Level 5

Hi, 

 

Here is an example of the statements I am using (the percentages work for the output but not for the results):

 

 

PROC SQL;

CREATE TABLE SET100 AS SELECT DISTINCT

A.YRY,

A.MTM,

A.ID,

A.RES,

A.PRES,

(PRES * MoDays*24) as total_month,

A.DRES/calculated total_month  format percentn10.2 AS PTRES

 

FROM SET00 A

 

WHERE A.CRES>0 AND A.DRES>0

order by calculated ptres desc;

QUIT;

 

proc univariate data=SET100;

var PTRES;

run;

ODS RTF CLOSE;

Ksharp
Super User

A.DRES/calculated total_month  AS PTRES   format=percentn10.2

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