Date: Tue, 23 Dec 2003 12:34:15 -0800
Reply-To: Jonathan Goldberg <jlgoldberg@BRICK.NET>
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From: Jonathan Goldberg <jlgoldberg@BRICK.NET>
Subject: Re: Proc Tabulate and chisq test
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You haven't found it because it's not there. Tabulate is basically a
counter/formatter, as its name implies. It has no statistical
analysis capabilities (unless you count computing proportions, using
the ever-popular denomonator definition).
tliu@U.WASHINGTON.EDU (Ta Liu) wrote in message news:<Pine.A41.firstname.lastname@example.org>...
> Dear SAS-L,
> Does anybody know how to do a chisq test in Proc Tabulate? It really
> surprised me since I could not find any reference to it and doing it in
> Proc Freq is straightforward.
> Thanks in advance.
> Ta Liu
> Postdoctoral Research Associate
> Center for Innovation and Research
> in Graduate Education (CIRGE)
> UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
> M319 Miller
> Box 353600
> Seattle, Washington, 98195-3600
> Tel: (206) 616-6364
> Fax (206) 616-6762