Hello,

I have a large number of data and need to find the median.

I tried proc tabulate and received a WARNING: A shortage of memory has

caused the quantile computations to terminate prematurely ...

However, when I used proc mean to compute the median it can complete

without problems. So I guess my questions are 1) why proc tabulate

gives a warning while proc mean is ok, 2) if both proc works, do they

give the same result?

Thank you!

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I've got two character class variables: name and color. Colors are

red, green, blue, yellow. Names are bob, sue, steve, martha, etc.

the data looks like:

bob red

pat green

ted blue

bob green

pat red

bob red

...

I'm trying to get a table like the following:

red green blue

Total N % N % N %

Bob 3 2 66 1 33 0 0

Pat 2 1 50 1 50 0 0

Ted 1 0 0 0 0 1 100

Sum 6 3 2 1

Where Total are the total # records for each name, N are the number of

times a color is found for one name, % is N/Total*100

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