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munitech4u
Quartz | Level 8

I am trying to use the below code for average:

  proc means data = join_mkt_sort; by PRODUCT YEAR_MONTH_NUM; var encount_prod; output out = temp1 mean(encount_prod) = avg; run;  

while in the html it shows the correct mean in decimal like : 1.2049, but in the dataset its showing as 1 only while for other variables its doing correctly. Any ideas?

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munitech4u
Quartz | Level 8

Actually I found the solution, the problem was the format. the means variable was in different format so it was ignoring the decimal places, i formatted it in an output dataset to BEST32. and it worked!

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munitech4u
Quartz | Level 8

Actually I found the solution, the problem was the format. the means variable was in different format so it was ignoring the decimal places, i formatted it in an output dataset to BEST32. and it worked!

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