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# Perform ANOVA and multiple comparisons with PROC surveymeans

Dear All:

I do need helps with how to use both PROC surveyfreq and PROC surveymeans to do the following analysis.

I really thank you all for your helps.

I have the following variables:

Stratum1 (1,2)

Months (0,1,2)

X1 (1=yes,2=No) ---- nominal categorical

X2  ------ interval continuous

Weight1  ---- weight variable

I need

(1) to test the equality of proportions of ones in months (0,1,2), and conduct a multiple comparison test for these proportions.

(2) to test the equality of the averages in months(0,1,2) and conduct a multiple comparison test for these means.

(3) test for trend: for example if there is increasing or decreasing in averages (X2), if there is increasing or decreasing in proportions of ones (X1).

Any helps will be appreciated.

With many thanks

Steve

Email: sstoline@gmail.com

data1--- as an example

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X2    X1    stratum1    months    weight1

29.4822    2    2    0    16.61921705

33.2849    2    2    0    16.61921705

16.9370    1    1    0    2.09612124

19.0055    1    1    0    2.09612124

21.1151    1    2    0    16.61921705

25.4055    2    2    0    16.61921705

24.4164    1    1    0    1.56167161

19.0767    1    1    0    1.56167161

23.1562    2    1    0    2.09612124

23.3479    1    1    0    2.09612124

21.7370    1    1    0    2.09612124

24.9726    2    2    0    16.61921705

20.3836    1    2    0    16.61921705

20.0575    1    2    0    20.88637405

17.6603    1    2    0    16.61921705

25.2274    2    2    0    16.61921705

20.9644    1    1    0    2.09612124

32.8055    2    2    0    14.51497509

39.5233    2    1    0    1.56167161

17.7288    1    1    1    2.09612124

18.3096    1    2    1    16.61921705

25.8055    2    2    1    16.61921705

30.0904    1    2    1    16.61921705

27.8082    2    1    1    2.09612124

37.3863    2    1    1    2.09612124

26.2548    2    1    1    2.09612124

17.8795    1    2    1    20.88637405

19.8000    1    2    1    16.61921705

28.6932    2    1    1    1.56167161

27.1041    2    2    1    16.61921705

36.1836    2    2    1    16.61921705

19.8192    1    1    1    2.09612124

31.9644    2    2    1    20.88637405

27.0740    1    1    1    2.09612124

23.5288    2    1    1    2.09612124

21.9068    1    2    1    14.51497509

20.3534    1    2    1    16.61921705

29.4767    2    2    1    14.51497509

22.8274    1    2    1    16.61921705

21.2685    1    2    1    20.88637405

31.8932    1    1    1    1.56167161

31.8795    2    1    1    2.09612124

21.2630    2    1    1    2.09612124

18.7562    2    1    1    2.09612124

16.8822    1    2    1    20.88637405

22.0164    2    2    2    20.88637405

27.4959    2    1    2    2.09612124

27.4904    2    1    2    1.56167161

2.7096    2    2    2    14.51497509

23.0027    1    2    2    16.61921705

19.2767    1    2    2    16.61921705

30.4466    1    2    2    16.61921705

36.5425    2    2    2    16.61921705

32.2521    2    1    2    1.56167161

36.9534    1    2    2    14.51497509

30.4164    2    2    2    14.51497509

20.2767    2    1    2    2.09612124

17.2356    1    2    2    20.88637405

20.8247    2    2    2    16.61921705

20.8795    1    2    2    16.61921705

27.5260        2    2    16.61921705

19.2493    1    2    2    16.61921705

17.8521    1    2    2    16.61921705

19.6822    1    2    2    16.61921705

36.8356    2    1    2    1.5616716

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## Re: Perform ANOVA and multiple comparisons with PROC surveymeans

I am just checking how it works.

Stoline

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## Re: Perform ANOVA and multiple comparisons with PROC surveymeans

Hi Stoline,

(1). Go to this site

https://communities.sas.com/community/support-communities

(2). Then you will see what I have shown below.  You will see, there are a number of communities.

Available Support Communities

• (3). Your question best matches with “SAS Statistical Procedures”, community isn't it?
• (4). So, click that one and post your query there
• (5). When you check the responses, then you will have to search in “SAS Statistical Procedures” community and not in “SAS Procedures” community
• (6) If I have not given the correct guidance, an experienced member may correct me.

Good luck

Mirisage

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