|Getting Started with the SAS System Using SAS/ASSIST Software
this selection path:
Statistics window appears.
Summary Statistics Window
- If the active
table is SASUSER.HOUSES, continue
to the next step. Otherwise, select Table, and
then select the SASUSER.HOUSES table. For more information on selecting tables,
see Selecting a Table.
- If there is an active Subset Data selection (indicated
with BY, WHERE, or ROWS next to the Subset data button),
clear the selection. For more information, see Clearing a Subset Data Selection.
- If other report selections exist
column names are listed for Columns), follow this
selection path to clear these selections:
- Select Columns,
then select the SQFEET column for analysis. For more information, seeSelecting a Column.
- Select the
desired statistics from the Summary Statistics window. For this example, select Minimum, Maximum,
Range, and Mean.
- You can customize the report by adding titles
and footnotes, changing the page dimensions, and selecting headings. Refer
to Adding Titles
for instructions on adding titles to the report.
Add the title
Summary Statistics of Price and
Square Footage as Title 1 to this report.
Because the same set of titles and footnotes is used
for all SAS/ASSIST tasks, the titles and footnotes most recently used in your
SAS/ASSIST session are used unless you change or reset them in the Titles and Footnotes windows.
- To run
the report, follow this selection path:
The report appears
in the Output window.
Summary Statistics Report
The report shows the
minimum, maximum, range,
and mean for the price and square footage for the houses in the HOUSES table.
- If the report is larger than one window, use the
scroll bars or the FORWARD, BACKWARD, LEFT, and RIGHT function keys to look
at the report.
- To print the report, refer to
Printing the Report.
- After you have finished looking at or printing
the report, return to the Summary Statistics window
by using one of the following methods, depending on your operating environment:
- Use the PREVWIND function key.
on the SAS/ASSIST window.
To return to the WorkPlace menu or move on to another
task, follow the directions in Exiting a Task.
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