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Class_7 - Using SAS libname mark 'a:\'; libname library...

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Using SAS Using SAS
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libname mark ' a:\ '; libname library 'a:\'; options formchar='|----|+|---+=|-/\< >*' ps=66 nodate nonumber; proc chart data=mark. cities ; vbar spending / discrete ; title1 ‘Mark Velez'; title2 'PPD 404 First SAS Exercise'; title3 'Question 1'; run; proc freq data=mark. cities ; table sizechng ; title1 ‘Mark Velez'; title2 'PPD 404 First SAS Exercise'; title3 'Question 2'; run;
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proc univariate data=mark. cities plot ; var femlabor ; title1 ‘Mark Velez'; title2 'PPD 404 First SAS Exercise'; title3 'Question 3'; run; proc freq data=mark. cities ; table spending * crimes / all ; title1 ‘Mark Velez'; title2 'PPD 404 First SAS Exercise'; title3 'Question 4'; run;
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Reminders 1. The “libname” statement is used (a) to create a “nickname” (ddname) and (b) to identify the storage device where the SAS data set and catalog (format library) are stored. The statement is: “libname ddname 'storage device';”. Notice that the storage device is enclosed in single
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