Functions and CALL Routines |
Category: | Descriptive Statistics |
Syntax | |
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Details | |
Examples | |
Example 1: Calculating the Euclidean Norm of Non-missing Arguments | |
Example 2: Calculating the Euclidean Norm When You Use a Variable List | |
See Also |
Syntax |
EUCLID(value-1 <,value-2 ...>) |
specifies a numeric constant, variable, or expression.
Details |
If all arguments have missing values, then the result is a missing value. Otherwise, the result is the Euclidean norm of the non-missing values.
In the following example, are the values of the non-missing arguments.
Examples |
The following example returns the Euclidean norm of the non-missing arguments.
data _null_; x=euclid(.,3,0,.q,-4); put x=; run;
SAS writes the following output to the log:
x=5
The following example uses a variable list to calculate the Euclidean norm.
data _null_; x1 = 1; x2 = 3; x3 = 4; x4 = 3; x5 = 1; x = euclid(of x1-x5); put x=; run;
SAS writes the following output to the log:
x=6
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