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jogden
Fluorite | Level 6

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When I use proc tabulate it is not showing all of the categories under my variable. Here is my code:

 

proc tabulate data=combined ;
class obese;
var racenew;
table racenew,
obese='Obese'*(n=' '*f=comma12.0 pctsum=' '*f=pctfmt.) ;
format racenew racenew. obese obese. ;
run;

 

Here is a picture of what comes out:

                              ObesePatients with Obesity
Patients without
ObesityRace
3,168(7.94%)36,482

(92.06%)

 

 

 

I want it to show the categories of 'Race'. Ex:                                                                                                                                                      Race                                     

Native American

Caucasian          

African American

 

 

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jogden
Fluorite | Level 6

I just figured it out!

 

Here is my code:

 

proc tabulate data=combined ;
class obese racenew;
table racenew,
obese='Obese'*(n=' '*f=comma12.0 pctn=' '*f=pctfmt.) ;
format racenew racenew. obese obese. ;
run;

 

 

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To get the report you have shown, RACENEW must be part of the CLASS statement, not part of the VAR statement.

 

What are you trying to sum here?  Is there some other variable that you haven't mentioned?  Or do you actually need PCTN instead of PCTSUM?

jogden
Fluorite | Level 6

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So basically, I am wanting the Race categories to show. I am not sure how to code that though. I want it to show both 'Obese' and 'Race' categories like the above picture.

jogden
Fluorite | Level 6

I just figured it out!

 

Here is my code:

 

proc tabulate data=combined ;
class obese racenew;
table racenew,
obese='Obese'*(n=' '*f=comma12.0 pctn=' '*f=pctfmt.) ;
format racenew racenew. obese obese. ;
run;

 

 

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