Posts Tagged ‘ number of missing and non missing records of variables ’

Counting the number of missing and non-missing values for each variable in a data set.

October 13, 2011
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/* create sample data */ data one; input a $ b $ c $ d e; cards; a . a 1 3 . b . 2 4 a a a . 5 . . b 3 5 a a a . 6 a a a . 7 a a a 2 8 ; run; /* create a format to group missing and non-missing */ proc format; value $missfmt '...
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Counting the number of missing and non-missing values for each variable in a data set.

October 13, 2011
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/* create sample data */ data one; input a $ b $ c $ d e; cards; a . a 1 3 . b . 2 4 a a a . 5 . . b 3 5 a a a . 6 a a a . 7 a a a 2 8 ; run; /* create a format to group missing and non-missing */ proc format; value $missfmt '...
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Counting the number of missing and non-missing values for each variable in a data set.

October 13, 2011
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/* create sample data */ data one; input a $ b $ c $ d e; cards; a . a 1 3 . b . 2 4 a a a . 5 . . b 3 5 a a a . 6 a a a . 7 a a a 2 8 ; run; /* create a format to group missing and non-missing */ proc format; value $missfmt '...
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