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The FREQ Procedure |
Requirements: | TABLES statement |
Restriction: | Only one OUTPUT statement is allowed. |
Tip: | Use the Output Delivery System to create a SAS data set from any piece of PROC FREQ output. |
Main discussion: | Output Data Sets |
Featured in: | Creating an Output Data Set Containing Chi-Square Statistics |
OUTPUT statistic-keyword(s) <OUT=SAS-data-set>; |
Options |
Default: | DATAn |
You can save statistics by using keywords that are identical to group options in the TABLES statement: AGREE, ALL, CHISQ, CMH, and MEASURES. Alternatively, you can request an individual statistic by specifying a keyword shown in OUTPUT Statement Statistic-keywords and Required TABLES Statement Options .
Using the TABLES Statement with the OUTPUT Statement |
If you use multiple TABLES statements, the contents of the OUTPUT data set correspond to the last TABLES statement. If you use multiple table requests in a TABLES statement, the contents of the OUTPUT data set correspond to the last table request.
Keyword | Output data set statistics | Required TABLES statement option | |
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AGREE | McNemar's test for 2×2 tables, simple kappa coefficient, and weighted kappa coefficient. For square tables with more than two response categories, Bowker's test of symmetry. For multiple strata, overall simple and weighted kappa statistics, and tests for equal kappas among strata. For multiple strata with two response categories, Cochran's Q test. | AGREE | |
AJCHI | continuity-adjusted chi-square for 2×2 tables | ALL, CHISQ | |
ALL | all statistics under CHISQ, MEASURES, CMH, and the number of nonmissing subjects | ALL | |
BDCHI | Breslow-Day test | ALL, CMH, CMH1, CMH2 | |
BINOMIAL | binomial proportion statistics for one-way tables | BINOMIAL | |
CHISQ | chi-square goodness-of-fit test for one-way tables; for two-way tables, Pearson chi-square, likelihood ratio chi-square, continuity-adjusted chi-square for 2×2 tables, Mantel-Haenszel chi-square, Fisher's exact test for 2×2 tables, phi coefficient, contingency coefficient, and Cramer's V | ALL, CHISQ | |
CMH | Cochran-Mantel-Haenszel correlation, row mean scores (ANOVA), and general association statistics; for 2×2 tables, logit and Mantel-Haenszel adjusted odds ratios, relative risks, and Breslow-Day test | ALL, CMH | |
CMH1 | same as CMH, but excludes general association and row mean scores (ANOVA) statistics | ALL, CMH, CMH1, CMH2 | |
CMH2 | same as CMH, but excludes the general association statistic | ALL, CMH, CMH2 | |
CMHCOR | Cochran-Mantel-Haenszel correlation statistic | ALL, CMH, CMH1, CMH2 | |
CMHGA | Cochran-Mantel-Haenszel general association statistic | ALL, CMH | |
CMHRMS | Cochran-Mantel-Haenszel row mean scores (ANOVA) statistic | ALL, CMH, CMH2 | |
COCHQ | Cochran's Q | AGREE | |
CONTGY | contingency coefficient | ALL, CHISQ | |
CRAMV | Cramer's V | ALL, CHISQ | |
EQKAP | test for equal simple kappas | AGREE | |
EQWKP | test for equal weighted kappas | AGREE | |
FISHER|EXACT | Fisher's exact test | ALL*, CHISQ*, FISHER, EXACT | |
GAMMA | gamma | ALL, MEASURES | |
JT | Jonckheere-Terpstra test | JT | |
KAPPA | simple kappa coefficient | AGREE | |
KENTB | Kendall's tau-b | ALL, MEASURES | |
LAMCR | lambda asymmetric (C|R) | ALL, MEASURES | |
LAMDAS | lambda symmetric | ALL, MEASURES | |
LAMRC | lambda asymmetric (R|C) | ALL, MEASURES | |
LGOR | adjusted logit odds ratio | ALL, CMH, CMH1, CMH2 | |
LGRRC1 | adjusted logit column 1 relative risk | ALL, CMH, CMH1, CMH2 | |
LGRRC2 | adjusted logit column 2 relative risk | ALL, CMH, CMH1, CMH2 | |
LRCHI | likelihood ratio chi-square | ALL, CHISQ | |
MCNEM | McNemar's test | AGREE | |
MEASURES | gamma, Kendall's tau-b, Stuart's tau-c, Somers' D (C|R), Somers' D (R|C), Pearson correlation coefficient, Spearman correlation coefficient, lambda asymmetric (C|R), lambda asymmetric (R|C), lambda symmetric, uncertainty coefficient (C|R), uncertainty coefficient (R|C), and symmetric uncertainty coefficient; for 2×2 tables, odds ratio and relative risks | ALL, MEASURES | |
MHCHI | Mantel-Haenszel chi-square | ALL, CHISQ | |
MHOR | adjusted Mantel-Haenszel odds ratio | ALL, CMH, CMH1, CMH2 | |
MHRRC1 | adjusted Mantel-Haenszel column 1 relative risk | ALL, CMH, CMH1, CMH2 | |
MHRRC2 | adjusted Mantel-Haenszel column 2 relative risk | ALL, CMH, CMH1, CMH2 | |
N | number of nonmissing subjects for the stratum | ||
NMISS | number of missing subjects for the stratum | ||
OR | odds ratio | ALL, MEASURES, RELRISK | |
PCHI | chi-square goodness-of-fit test for one-way tables; for 2-way tables, Pearson chi-square | ALL, CHISQ | |
PCORR | Pearson correlation coefficient | ALL, MEASURES | |
PHI | phi coefficient | ALL, CHISQ | |
PLCORR | polychoric correlation coefficient | PLCORR | |
RDIF1 | column 1 risk difference (row 1 - row 2) | RISKDIFF | |
RDIF2 | column 2 risk difference (row 1 - row 2) | RISKDIFF | |
RELRISK | odds ratio and relative risks for 2×2 tables | ALL, MEASURES, RELRISK | |
RISKDIFF | risks and risk differences | RISKDIFF | |
RISKDIFF1 | column 1 risks and risk difference | RISKDIFF | |
RISKDIFF2 | column 2 risks and risk difference | RISKDIFF | |
RRC1 | column 1 relative risk | ALL, MEASURES, RELRISK | |
RRC2 | column 2 relative risk | ALL, MEASURES, RELRISK | |
RSK1 | column 1 risk (overall) | RISKDIFF | |
RSK11 | column 1 risk, for row 1 | RISKDIFF | |
RSK12 | column 2 risk, for row 1 | RISKDIFF | |
RSK2 | column 2 risk (overall) | RISKDIFF | |
RSK21 | column 1 risk, for row 2 | RISKDIFF | |
RSK22 | column 2 risk, for row 2 | RISKDIFF | |
SCORR | Spearman correlation coefficient | ALL, MEASURES | |
SMDCR | Somers' D (C|R) | ALL, MEASURES | |
SMDRC | Somers' D (R|C) | ALL, MEASURES | |
STUTC | Stuart's tau-c | ALL, MEASURES | |
TREND | Cochran-Armitage test for trend | TREND | |
TSYMM | Bowker's test of symmetry | AGREE | |
U | symmetric uncertainty coefficient | ALL, MEASURES | |
UCR | uncertainty coefficient (C|R) | ALL, MEASURES | |
URC | uncertainty coefficient (R|C) | ALL, MEASURES | |
WTKAP | weighted kappa coefficient | AGREE | |
* ALL and CHISQ compute Fisher's exact test only for 2×2 tables. Use the FISHER option to compute Fisher's exact test for general r×c tables. |
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