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The Little SAS® Book for Enterprise Guide® 4.1 by Lora D. Delwiche, Susan J. Slaughter

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6.6. Creating Crosstabulations

When you have counts for one variable, they are called one-way frequencies. When you create counts by crossing two or more variables, they are called two-way, three-way, and so on, up to n-way frequencies; or simply crosstabulations. To produce crosstabulations, use the Table Analysis task.

This example is similar to the one in the previous section, but, instead of having one table for Activity and one for Region, it produces a single table showing Activity by Region. In the Project Explorer or Project Designer, click the data to make it active. Then select Describe Table Analysis from the menu bar. The Table Analysis ...

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