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**FREQ***variable***;**

If one variable in your input data set represents the
frequency of occurrence for other values in the observation,
specify the variable's name in a FREQ statement.
PROC CANCORR then treats the data set as if each
observation appeared *n* times, where *n* is
the value of the FREQ variable for the observation.
If the value of the FREQ variable is less than one,
the observation is not used in the analysis.
Only the integer portion of the value is used.
The total number of observations is considered to be
equal to the sum of the FREQ variable when
PROC CANCORR calculates significance probabilities.

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