Date: Mon, 18 Mar 2002 18:27:33 -0500
Reply-To: Roger Lustig <rlustig@CBDCREDIT.COM>
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From: Roger Lustig <rlustig@CBDCREDIT.COM>
Organization: Creative Business Decisions, Inc.
Subject: Re: class statement in proc freq
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If you're referring to the code under "Exact test", note that that is
demonstrably untested code.
They misspelled "class".
Deborah Wentworth wrote:
> Greetings -
> Earlier today someone sent in a note with a helpful reference to
> www.clintrialstat.com, a web page with helpful information for clinical
> trialists. I immediately went there to take a look at the items features.
> Under statistical tests, they list a variety of common methods and give
> sample SAS code.
> Under the Cochran-Mantel-Haenszel sample code, I was surprised to see a
> CLASS statement used with PROC FREQ. Is that really an option, and if so,
> what is the difference between PROC FREQ with and without a CLASS statement?
> TIA, Deb