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Posted 12-07-2019 09:07 PM
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Please help me to create this I am new data=coke

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try

```
proc means data=sashelp.class n mean median std max min;
var weight height;
run;
```

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Could you help me how to do this?

- Open the data file and examine the contents on key variables (coke, pr_pepsi, pr_coke, disp_pepsi, disp_coke, pratio)

'/courses/d29c2855ba27fe300/coke'

- Create summary statistics for key variables (coke, pr_pepsi, pr_coke, disp_pepsi, disp_coke, pratio
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hope you have a sas dataset with the data and the key variables are all numeric , then you can try the below code

```
proc means data=coke noprint;
var coke pr_pepsi pr_coke disp_pepsi disp_coke pratio;
output out=want;
run;
```

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Yes, I have all the data I just don't know how to do it because I am new with SAS.

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Could you check if you have the data in SAS dataset sas7bdat. extension, or you are trying to pull the data into sas from any other file like excel.

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ok could you please share the screen shot of the dataset

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Thank you , could you also send the screenshot of the log with errors

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I believe you should use the dataset coke instead of cokeout

like below

proc means data=coke noprint;

var coke pr_pepsi pr_coke;

output out=want;

run;

like below

proc means data=coke noprint;

var coke pr_pepsi pr_coke;

output out=want;

run;

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do you know how to how to create data set containing the parameter estimates of the regression?

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Please check this link below for details, it has the code , you can try this once if you need more details please post

https://stats.idre.ucla.edu/sas/output/regression-analysis/

https://stats.idre.ucla.edu/sas/output/regression-analysis/

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Thank you so much, you are very helpful.

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