You can use PROC MEANS to analyze quantitative (numeric) variables. For each variable analyzed, it provides the following information:
the number of observations on which calculations were performed (abbreviated “N” in the output);
the standard deviation;
the minimum (smallest) value observed;
the maximum (largest) value observed.
These statistics are produced by default, and some additional statistics (to be described later) can also be requested as options.
Here is the general form for PROC MEANS:
PROC MEANS DATA=dataset-name option-list statistic-keyword-list ; VAR variable-list ; RUN;
The PROC MEANS statement begins with “PROC MEANS” and ends with a semicolon. ...