### Statistics

The "Statistics" table displays all of the statistics that you request with *statistic-keywords* in the PROC SURVEYMEANS statement, except DECILES, MEDIAN, Q1, Q3, and QUARTILES, which are displayed in the "Quantiles" table. If you do not specify any *statistic-keywords*, then by default this table displays the following information for each analysis variable: the sample size, the mean, the standard error of the mean, and the confidence limits for the mean. The "Statistics" table can contain the following information for each analysis variable, depending on which *statistic-keywords* you request:

Variable name

Variable Label

Level, which identifies each level for categorical variables

N, which is the number of nonmissing observations

N Miss, which is the number of missing observations

Minimum

Maximum

Range

Number of Clusters

Sum of Weights

DF, which is the degrees of freedom for the test

Mean

Std Error of Mean, which is the standard error of the mean

Var of Mean, which is the variance of the mean

Value, for testing

Pr , which is the two-sided -value for the test

% CL for Mean, which are two-sided confidence limits for the mean

% Upper CL for Mean, which is a one-sided upper confidence limit for the mean

% Lower CL for Mean, which is a one-sided lower confidence limit for the mean

Coeff of Variation, which is the coefficient of variation for the mean

Sum

Std Dev, which is the standard deviation of the sum

Var of Sum, which is the variance of the sum

% CL for Sum, which are two-sided confidence limits for the sum

% Upper CL for Sum, which is a one-sided upper confidence limit for the sum

% Lower CL for Sum, which is a one-sided lower confidence limit for the Sum

Coeff of Variation for sum, which is the coefficient of variation for the sum

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