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10/04 SAS 實習課
10/04 SAS 實習課
10/04 SAS 實習課
10/04 SAS 實習課
10/04 SAS 實習課
10/04 SAS 實習課
10/04 SAS 實習課
10/04 SAS 實習課
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  • http://support.sas.com/documentation/cdl/en/proc/61895/HTML/default/viewer.htm#a002262171.htm
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    • 1. Satistics and Data Analysis SAS Tutorial Canicia Smith caniciasmith@gmail.com Office hour: Wed 13:00-14:00
    • 2. PROC PRINTPROC MEANS
    • 3. USES OF PROC PRINT1.TO SPECIFY THE SAS DATA SET TO PRINT EX1. proc print; run;
    • 4. 2.TO LIST THE DATA VALUES IN A SET EX1. PROC PRINT CAN BE FOLLOWED BY STATEMENTS THAT SUPPLYINFORMATION TO THE PROCEDURE. proc print; title “final grade for Semester1”; id subject; var exam1 exam2; run;
    • 5. NB:1. Must use proc print when running data for the first time.1. SAS PROGRAMS RECOGNIZE KEY WORDS TITLE, ID , AND VAR, AND INTERPRET WHAT FOLLOWS IN THE PROPER CONTEXT.2. EACH STATEMENT ENDS IN A SEMICOLON ;http://support.sas.com/documentation/cdl/en/proc/61895/HTML/default/viewer.htm#a002262171.htm
    • 6. USES OF PROC MEANS1. TO FIND – Mean – Standard deviation – Minimum score – Maximum scoreEX1. proc means; run;
    • 7. 2.YOU CAN SPECIFY WHICH STATISTICS YOU WANT TOCOMPUTE BY SPECIFYING OPTIONS FOR PROC MEANS.EX1. proc means N mean std stderr max dec=1; var exam1 exam2; run;

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