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robm
Quartz | Level 8

Hi how would I format the below as a proc freq statement I did it in pure sql

create table a.&ir._report as

select

ageStrata,

gleasonStrata,

count(ageStrata) as thecount,

(select count(ageStrata) from a.&ir._cases_temp) as thetotal,

count(ageStrata)/(select count(ageStrata) from a.&ir._cases_temp) * 100 as pct

from a.&ir._cases_temp

group by ageStrata,gleasonStrata

order by ageStrata,gleasonStrata;

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Reeza
Super User

I don't know of a way to get the total in but the rest is generated via:

proc freq data=have;

table agestrata*gleasonStrata/nocol norow list nocum;

run;

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Reeza
Super User

I don't know of a way to get the total in but the rest is generated via:

proc freq data=have;

table agestrata*gleasonStrata/nocol norow list nocum;

run;

robm
Quartz | Level 8

that doesn't tally up the occurences of say 35-49 where gleason score =7

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robm
Quartz | Level 8

aaaghhh I am a dummy I was feeding the wrong data you had answered my question Smiley Happy

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