Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2009 09:04:07 -0800
Reply-To: Bakaye <b.djaby@ULG.AC.BE>
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From: Bakaye <b.djaby@ULG.AC.BE>
Subject: Re: Calculate Coeffcient of variation for weight variable.
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On Feb 24, 5:13 pm, Sandip <sandipto...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Bakaye,
> In Proc Tabulate you can use name of weight variable in the Weight
> option and use CV to compute the Coefficient of Variation.
> Proc Tabulate data=<dataname>;
> class <variable name>;
> var <analysis var name>;
> weight <weight var name>;
> table <analysis var name>*(CV),(all <class variable name>);
> On Feb 24, 1:53 pm, Bakaye <b.dj...@ulg.ac.be> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I tried to calculate CV for my continuous variable weighted by another
> > variable. The results seems not understandable. CV values are very
> > high.
> > How to calculate weight mean CV in SAS.?
> > Another problem, how to include CV in proc tabulate like means, sum
> > and other parameters .
> > I'm using SAS 9.1.3
I tried this:
proc tabulate data=Befr_xs_long;
var xpyb xwyb xpys xwys;
table xpyb xwyb xpys xwys*(CV), (all state);
The results gives only CV in the last row with xwys variable and the
value is not understandable. I obtained also the sum
of others variables .