Hello - I'm trying to get a proc freq output that contains 3 columns (all patients, COPD=0, COPD=1) instead of running 2 procedures and coping the answers over by hand. Can you help?
proc freq order=freq; table race; run; proc freq order=freq; table race*COPD; run;
All COPD=0 COPD=1
Also, is there a way to order by a certain column or will SAS always order by descending row sum?
If @Astounding's suggestion does not do what you want then please show us what you actually expect for out. Better would be to provide some example data in the form of a data step or use one of the SAS supplied data sets such as SASHELP.Class.
Plus you can make many tables with a single proc freq call such as
proc freq order=freq; tables race race*COPD; run;
Or if you want multiple tables with different options use multiple tables statements like
Proc freq order=freq; tables race; table race*copd/ chisqr; run;
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