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SAS Class Presentation3 - Statistical Analysis Software An...

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1 Statistical Analysis Software An Overview
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2 Chapter 5 Enhancing Output
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3 Section 5.1 Customizing Report Appearance
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4 Objectives Define titles and footnotes to enhance reports. Define descriptive column headings. Use SAS system options.
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5 General form of the FOOTNOTE statement: Examples: Defining Titles and Footnotes You use titles and footnotes to enhance reports. General form of the TITLE statement: TITLE n ' text '; FOOTNOTE n ' text '; title1 'Flight Crew Employee Listing'; footnote2 'Employee Review';
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6 Defining Titles and Footnotes Features of titles: Titles appear at the top of the page. The default title is The SAS Syst em . The value of n can be from 1 to 10. An unnumbered TITLE is equivalent to TITLE1. Titles remain in effect until they are changed, cancelled, or you end your SAS session. The null TITLE statement, title; , cancels all titles.
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7 Defining Titles and Footnotes Features of footnotes: Footnotes appear at the bottom of the page. No footnote is printed unless one is specified. The value of n can be from 1 to 10. An unnumbered FOOTNOTE is equivalent to FOOTNOTE1. Footnotes remain in effect until they are changed, cancelled, or you end your SAS session. The null FOOTNOTE statement, footnote; , cancels all footnotes.
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8 Changing Titles and Footnotes TITLE n or FOOTNOTE n replaces a previous title or footnote with the same number cancels all titles or footnotes with higher numbers .
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9 Defining Titles and Footnotes run; proc PROC PRINT Code Resultant Title(s) proc print data=work.march; title1 'The First Line'; title2 'The Second Line'; run; proc print data=work.march; title2 'The Next Line'; run; proc print data=work.march; title 'The Top Line'; print data=work.march; title3 'The Third Line'; run;   proc print data=work.march; title; run;  
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10 Defining Titles and Footnotes run; proc PROC PRINT Code Resultant Title(s) proc print data=work.march; title1 'The First Line'; title2 'The Second Line'; run; proc print data=work.march; title2 'The Next Line'; run; proc print data=work.march; title 'The Top Line'; print data=work.march; title3 'The Third Line'; run;   proc print data=work.march; title; run;   The First Line The Second Line ...
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11 Defining Titles and Footnotes run; proc PROC PRINT Code Resultant Title(s) proc print data=work.march; title1 'The First Line'; title2 'The Second Line'; run; proc print data=work.march; title2 'The Next Line'; run; proc print data=work.march; title 'The Top Line'; print data=work.march; title3 'The Third Line'; run;   proc print data=work.march; title; run;   The First Line The Second Line The First Line The Next Line ...
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12 Defining Titles and Footnotes run; proc PROC PRINT Code Resultant Title(s) proc print data=work.march; title1 'The First Line'; title2 'The Second Line'; run; proc print data=work.march; title2 'The Next Line'; run; proc print data=work.march; title 'The Top Line'; print data=work.march; title3 'The Third Line'; run;   proc print data=work.march; title; run;   The First Line The Second Line The First Line The Next Line The Top Line ...
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