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DmytroYermak
Lapis Lazuli | Level 10

Hi all,

 

I have the following code:

proc freq data=titanicX;
	tables class*survived / chisq ;
	output out=sampleX chisq (keep=_PCHI_ P_PCHI_); 
run;

I need to keep just Chisq and p-value in the output file. The option 'keep' above is not functioning. Could you please help with the issue. Thank you!

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DmytroYermak
Lapis Lazuli | Level 10

Thank you, Warren. You are completely right, it was the showstopper Robot Mad  )

 

proc freq data=sample&i noprint;
			tables class*survived / chisq;
			output out=sampleX&i (keep=_PCHI_ P_PCHI)chisq;
		run;

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WarrenKuhfeld
Rhodochrosite | Level 12

(KEEP=...) is a data set option.  You have to put it right after the data set name.

DmytroYermak
Lapis Lazuli | Level 10

Thank you, Warren. You are completely right, it was the showstopper Robot Mad  )

 

proc freq data=sample&i noprint;
			tables class*survived / chisq;
			output out=sampleX&i (keep=_PCHI_ P_PCHI)chisq;
		run;

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