One of the first changes you may want to make in this listing is to remove the column labeled OBS (observation number).You can do this two ways: First,you can include the PROC PRINT option NOOBS.
This is fine when your variables all fit across one page.If this is not the case, your output will be difficult to read since the continued list of variables will not contain any identifying information.
The alternate method is to include one or more ID variables.An ID variable replaces the OBS column and prints on the left side of the page,even if the list of variables is continued on other pages.Here is the program modified to include an ID variable:
ExamplePROC PRINT OATA-MEDICAL;
Notice that SUB_ID is removed from the variable list.If you leave it in, it appears twice on the listing,once as the ID variable and once as one of the VAR variables.The output from this example is identical to the except that the column labeled OBS is removed.
SAS Programming Related Tutorials
|SASS (Syntactically Awesome Style sheets) Tutorial||R Programming language Tutorial|
SAS Programming Related Interview Questions
|Logistics Interview Questions||SAS Programming,SQL server Interview Questions|
|Clinical SAS Interview Questions||SASS (Syntactically Awesome Style sheets) Interview Questions|
|SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) Interview Questions||R Programming language Interview Questions|
|SAS DI Interview Questions||Advanced SAS Interview Questions|
|Base Sas Interview Questions||SAS Macro Interview Questions|
|Clinical Data Management Interview Questions|
Sas Programming Tutorial
Input And Infile
Set, Merge, And Update
Table Lookup Tools
Proc Means And Proc Uimivariate
All rights reserved © 2018 Wisdom IT Services India Pvt. Ltd
Wisdomjobs.com is one of the best job search sites in India.