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# CH4 exercise - STAT1303A Data Management 4 SAS Procedures...

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STAT1303A Data Management 4. SAS Procedures for Data Summarization Exercise 4 1. You have a SAS data set DONOR (date °le is not given) which contains variables L_NAME, F_NAME, AMOUNT (of donation), and DATE (of donation.) Write the code to produce a simple report from DONOR. The report should list the variables in the following order: F_NAME, L_NAME, DATE, and AMOUNT. Here are some sample data to work with: Data Set DONOR F_NAME L_NAME AMOUNT DATE Janet Bloom \$50 01/14/94 Dora Chelsea \$35 06/14/94 Walter Donnelly \$35 01/07/95 Walter Donnelly \$10 07/06/94 Anne Farnham \$100 07/07/93 James Zoll \$45 07/06/94 2. Write the code to produce the following report from the DONOR data set described in Q1, including the two-line title, column headings, date format, observation count, and sum of donations. Search the SAS help for the required options. Report on the Donor Data Base ______________________________ Amount First Last of Donation Name Name Donation Date Janet Bloom \$50 14JAN94 Dora Chelsea \$35 14JUN94 Walter Donnelly \$35 07JAN95 Walter Donnelly \$10 06JUL94 Anne Farnham \$100 07JUL93 James Zoll \$45 06JUL94 ====== \$275 N = 6 3. Use the SAS data set COLLEGE HKU STAT1303A (2009-10, Semester 1) 4 ° 1

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STAT1303A Data Management 4. SAS Procedures for Data Summarization Variables Code SCHOLARSHIP ±Y²,±1²= Yes ±N²,±0²= No ± ²= Not given GENDER ±F²= Female ±M²= Male ± ²= Not given SCHOOLSIZE ±S²= Small ±M²= Medium ±L²= Large ± ²= Missing (a) Compute the mean, median, minimum, and maximum and the number of both missing and non-missing values for the variables CLASSRANK and GPA.
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