This sample illustrates how to display only variable labels in PROC FREQ two-way tables without modifying the Base.Freq.CrossTabFreqs template.
This sample illustrates how to modify the default template to display variable labels without variable names in PROC FREQ two-way tables.
PROC FREQ does not have an exclude function when you do not want to list variables on the TABLES statement. Use the data set options DROP= or KEEP= to accomplish this. Sample 41803: Exclude or include specific ...
Beginning with SASŪ 9.2, PROC FREQ has a crosstab table template, CrossTabFreqs. You can use this template to modify many aspects of the crosstab table.
Beginning with SAS 9.2, you can use the crosstabulation template for PROC FREQ to customize your non-Listing destination output.
This sample describes how to change these defaults for the three main types of PROC FREQ output: one-way tables, multiway tables in list format, and multiway tables presented as crosstabulations.
Beginning SASŪ 9.2, there is a new NLEVELS option in PROC FREQ that will display the number of unique levels in a table per variable.
By default, PROC FREQ creates a table with specific row, column, and table headings. This sample program suppresses the row-variable and the column-variable headings, replaces "Table of Sex by Age" with the header text ...
The absence of a crosstab table template for PROC FREQ makes customizing cross-tabular output difficult. This capability will be added to PROC FREQ in SASŪ 9.2. In the meantime, you can use PROC TABULATE code to ...
PROC FREQ does not have the PRELOADFMT option to add missing categorical data to the results. However, with the use of the WEIGHT statement, you can add missing categories.