## How do you make a frequency table in SAS?

In short, you use the PROC FREQ procedure to create a frequency table in SAS. For a simple frequency table, you only need to specify the input dataset with the DATA=-option. Optionally, you can add a TABLES statement and a variable name to create a frequency table of a specific variable.

## How do you count frequency in SAS?

The most basic usage of Proc Freq is to determine the frequency (number of occurrences) for all values found within each variable of your dataset. Using the CARS dataset as an example, you can determine the frequencies of all variables within your dataset with the following code: Proc freq data = sashelp.

**How do I order a proc FREQ table?**

The PROC FREQ statement has an option that defines the order in which values appear in frequencies and crosstabs generated by PROC FREQ. The default is ORDER=INTERNAL, which means that data is ordered (alphabetically or numerically) by the unformatted values of the data.

**How do you create a two way table in SAS?**

To create a cross-table or contingency table in SAS, use the FREQ procedure: PROC FREQ; TABLES gender * grade; RUN; The above example creates a cross-table of gender and grade containing frequencies and cell percentages, row percentages, and column percentages.

### What are two way tables?

What is a Two Way Table? A two way table is a way to display frequencies or relative frequencies for two categorical variables. One category is represented by rows and a second category is represented by columns.

### How can you use two-way frequency tables to analyze data?

Two-way frequency tables show how many data points fit in each category. The columns of the table tell us whether the student is a male or a female. The rows of the table tell us whether the student prefers dogs, cats, or doesn’t have a preference. Each cell tells us the number (or frequency) of students.

**What is Proc Freq?**

Proc FREQ is a procedure that is used to give descriptive statistics about a particular data set. Proc FREQ is used to create frequency and cross-tabulation tables. It enables analysis at various levels. Associations between variables and responses can be tested and computed.