Figure 4.1 shows a table of basic summary measures and a table of extreme observations for the loan-to-value ratios of 5,840 home mortgages.
The ratios are saved as values of the variable LoanToValueRatio
in a data set named HomeLoans
. The following statements request a univariate analysis:
ods select BasicMeasures ExtremeObs; proc univariate data=HomeLoans; var LoanToValueRatio; run;
The ODS SELECT statement restricts the default output to the tables for basic statistical measures and extreme observations.
Figure 4.1: Basic Measures and Extreme Observations
Basic Statistical Measures | |||
---|---|---|---|
Location | Variability | ||
Mean | 0.292512 | Std Deviation | 0.16476 |
Median | 0.248050 | Variance | 0.02715 |
Mode | 0.250000 | Range | 1.24780 |
Interquartile Range | 0.16419 |
Extreme Observations | |||
---|---|---|---|
Lowest | Highest | ||
Value | Obs | Value | Obs |
0.0651786 | 1 | 1.13976 | 5776 |
0.0690157 | 3 | 1.14209 | 5791 |
0.0699755 | 59 | 1.14286 | 5801 |
0.0702412 | 84 | 1.17090 | 5799 |
0.0704787 | 4 | 1.31298 | 5811 |
The tables in Figure 4.1 show, in particular, that the average ratio is 0.2925 and the minimum and maximum ratios are 0.06518 and 1.1398, respectively.