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sjmosiman
Fluorite | Level 6

Hey all,

I'm trying to create basic proc freq 2-way tables that include row and column percent's.  The output includes these, however they are not labelled which means manually including row and column percent labels for every table I make.  Is there a way using proc templates or something to set labels on so that  frequency, row, and col % will be labeled whenever I make a table?  I've included the output I want and the output type I'm currently getting (without freq, row or col labels)

 

Thanks

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sjmosiman
Fluorite | Level 6
Figured it out. Was running a different proc freq template.
Used this:

proc template;
delete base.freq.crosstabfreqs;
run;

and now I get the correct labels

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Ksharp
Super User

Why not try PROC TABULATE ?

 

proc tabulate data=sashelp.heart;
class status sex;
table status=' '*(n rowpctn colpctn) ,sex all='Total';
keylabel n='Frequency' rowpctn='Row Pct' colpctn='Col Pct';
run;

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sjmosiman
Fluorite | Level 6
I appreciate the response, and that's what I've been using. But there must be some sort of setting that does it automatically. For your example, my coworker can do:
proc freq data=sashelp.heart;
table status*sex;
run;
and it will return the exact same table that you got. It's not a huge deal but the more efficient I can be with code the better.
sjmosiman
Fluorite | Level 6
Figured it out. Was running a different proc freq template.
Used this:

proc template;
delete base.freq.crosstabfreqs;
run;

and now I get the correct labels
sbxkoenk
SAS Super FREQ

Hello,

 

I thought it was related to the template used (or not used).

 

If it's solved indeed, it's better to mark this as solved.

That way people are not needlessly opening up this topic anymore in an attempt to give an answer.

 

Thanks,

Koen

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