format table output. INTRODUCTION. In the earliest SAS release, PROC TABULATE included only the PCTN and PCTSUM statistics for calculating percentages.
When you assign a format to a class variable, PROC TABULATE uses the formatted . PCTN and PCTSUM statistics print the percentage of the value in a single.
ALL class variable. COLPCTSUM statistic. concatenation (blank) operator. crossing (*) operator. format modifiers. grouping elements (parentheses) operator .
Solved: In the below Proc Tabulate, I am dividing the numerator by denominator using pctsum. I want to show the result as ,
PCTN and PCTSUM statistics print the percentage of the value in a single table proc tabulate data=energy format=; class division type; var expenditures;.
You can use the PCTSUM option with the TABULATE procedure to obtain a ratio of two analysis variables. With a user-defined format created.
You can add percent signs to your PROC TABULATE table cell percents by creating a picture format with PROC FORMAT.