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Base SAS 9.2 Procedures Guide

The REPORT Procedure

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Overview: REPORT Procedure
Concepts: REPORT Procedure
Syntax: REPORT Procedure
PROC REPORT Statement
BREAK Statement
BY Statement
CALL DEFINE Statement
COLUMN Statement
COMPUTE Statement
DEFINE Statement
ENDCOMP Statement
FREQ Statement
LINE Statement
RBREAK Statement
WEIGHT Statement
REPORT Procedure Windows
BREAK
COMPUTE
COMPUTED VAR
DATA COLUMNS
DATA SELECTION
DEFINITION
DISPLAY PAGE
EXPLORE
FORMATS
LOAD REPORT
MESSAGES
PROFILE
PROMPTER
REPORT
ROPTIONS
SAVE DATA SET
SAVE DEFINITION
SOURCE
STATISTICS
WHERE
WHERE ALSO
How PROC REPORT Builds a Report
Examples: REPORT Procedure
Example 1: Selecting Variables for a Report
Example 2: Ordering the Rows in a Report
Example 3: Using Aliases to Obtain Multiple Statistics for the Same Variable
Example 4: Consolidating Multiple Observations into One Row of a Report
Example 5: Creating a Column for Each Value of a Variable
Example 6: Displaying Multiple Statistics for One Variable
Example 7: Storing and Reusing a Report Definition
Example 8: Condensing a Report into Multiple Panels
Example 9: Writing a Customized Summary on Each Page
Example 10: Calculating Percentages
Example 11: How PROC REPORT Handles Missing Values
Example 12: Creating and Processing an Output Data Set
Example 13: Storing Computed Variables as Part of a Data Set
Example 14: Using a Format to Create Groups
Example 15: Specifying Style Elements for ODS Output in the PROC REPORT Statement
Example 16: Specifying Style Elements for ODS Output in Multiple Statements

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