"The TREE procedure creates tree diagrams from a SAS data set containing the tree structure. You can create this type of data set with the CLUSTER or VARCLUS procedure." (quoted from SAS 9.2 O.L. Doc);
As you are looking for a list and not a diagram, I guess that, maybe, proc print may help you.
Please display what output you expect.
I have very little experience with proc tree and using SAS UE I have no access to SAS Stat.
Anyhow, I guess that sorting your data by cluster and printing it may help:
proc sort data=have out=temp; by <cluster variable>; run;
proc print data=temp;
by <cluster variable>;
Thanks samuel see below
proc cluster data=outmean out=outff
outtree=tree method=average pseudo;
proc fastclus data=outmean
out=outff outstat=outstat MAXCLUSTERS=5;
proc freq data=outff ;
nofreq nopercent norow nocol;
options text=10pct title=5pct;
proc tree data=tree HPAGES=3;
PROC CLUSTER DATA=Wildvig_Oyatomi METHOD=ward pseudo standardize;
Assuming that you have used OUTTREE=procClusterOuttree with proc cluster, get the cluster membership for, say, 3 clusters with :
proc tree data=procClusterOuttree noprint nclusters=3 out=Clusters;
proc sort data=Clusters; by CLUSTER; run;
proc print data=Clusters; run;
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