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Hello_there
Lapis Lazuli | Level 10
data have;
infile datalines dsd dlm=",";
length gender level $10;
	input gender $ level $;
datalines;
female, one
male, one
male, one
male, two
female, one
female, one
female, two
female, two
male, two
male, two
female, one
refused, two
female, two
male, two
; 
run;

proc freq data=have;
	table gender*level/ out=count;
run;

data have; set count;
length count_percent $10;
	count_percent=strip(put(count, 32.)) || " (" || strip(put(percent, 32.2)) || ")";
drop count percent;
run;
proc sort; by gender; run;

proc transpose data=have  out=have2 (drop= _NAME_);
	by gender;
	id level;
	var count_percent;
run;

Hi, 

I'm trying to add a totals column to this output dataset:

Hello_there_0-1649650685561.png

so that it says after gender, one, two, it says total

And there would be 7 females, 6 males, and 1 refused. 

 

Is this possible in proc freq?

 

Thanks

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Ksharp
Super User
data have;
infile datalines dsd dlm=",";
length gender level $10;
 input gender $ level $;
datalines;
female, one
male, one
male, one
male, two
female, one
female, one
female, two
female, two
male, two
male, two
female, one
refused, two
female, two
male, two
; 
run;
ods select none;
ods output CrossTabFreqs=count ;
proc freq data=have;
 table gender*level ;
run;
ods select all;

data have; set count;
length count_percent $10;
 count_percent=strip(put(Frequency, 32.)) || " (" || strip(put(percent, 32.2)) || ")";
 if missing(level) then level='Total';
 if not missing(gender);
run;
proc sort; by gender; run;

proc transpose data=have  out=have2 (drop= _NAME_);
 by gender;
 id level;
 var count_percent;
run;

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andreas_lds
Jade | Level 19

Not with proc freq, but with proc tabulate:

proc tabulate data=have;
   class gender level;
   table gender, level*(n pctn) all;
run;

The layout differs: count and percent are in two columns  (no, you can't combine them in proc tabulate).

Looking better:

proc tabulate data=have;
   class gender level;
   table gender= ' ', level= ' ' * (n pctn) all / box= 'Gender';
   keylabel n= ' ' pctn= ' ' all= 'total';
run;
Ksharp
Super User
data have;
infile datalines dsd dlm=",";
length gender level $10;
 input gender $ level $;
datalines;
female, one
male, one
male, one
male, two
female, one
female, one
female, two
female, two
male, two
male, two
female, one
refused, two
female, two
male, two
; 
run;
ods select none;
ods output CrossTabFreqs=count ;
proc freq data=have;
 table gender*level ;
run;
ods select all;

data have; set count;
length count_percent $10;
 count_percent=strip(put(Frequency, 32.)) || " (" || strip(put(percent, 32.2)) || ")";
 if missing(level) then level='Total';
 if not missing(gender);
run;
proc sort; by gender; run;

proc transpose data=have  out=have2 (drop= _NAME_);
 by gender;
 id level;
 var count_percent;
run;

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