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PROC DOCUMENT by Example Using SAS by Michael Tuchman

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Chapter 3: The ODS DOCUMENT Statement
Introduction
The ODS DOCUMENT Statement
The NAME= Option
Example: Storing Output at the Top Level
Comparing ODS TRACE Output to ODS Document Paths
The DIR= Option
Behavior of the Pathname
The CATALOG= Option
Using Access Options (Write and Update)
Example: Reviewing Your Progress
Summary

Introduction

Now that you understand the concept and layout of the ODS document that was covered in the previous chapter, the next step is to talk about other ways to change the behavior of the ODS DOCUMENT destination. The goal of this chapter is to show you how to use the DOCUMENT statement to open and close the DOCUMENT destination, as well as how to direct SAS output to be stored in specific folders.

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