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What is ODS?

- ODS=Output Delivery System
- SAS procedures produce output objects
- ODS allows these objects to be wrangled, organized, and used in many ways…printing, producing graphics files, creating new data from Procedures, etc.
- Makes SAS Output “Prettier”
- ODS Output to files
- ODS Output to new SAS data sets
- ODS Graphics

How to send SAS results to files…

Odsrtffile=‘complete file path’;

Procedures you want written out to the file;

ODSrtfclose;

Destinations include-

ODS DOCUMENT, ODS HTML, ODS LATEX, ODS LISTING, ODS PCL, ODS PDF, ODS PS, and ODS RTF

Example

ProcFormat;

Value $coffee \'esp\'=\'Espresso\'

\'cap\'=\'Cappuccino\'

\'kon\'=\'Kona\'

\'ice\'=\'Ice Coffee\'

;

Value $Deliv \'w\'=\'Walk-in\'

\'d\'=\'Drive-up\'

;

Run;

Odsrtffile = ‘C:\Data\CoffeeFreq.rtf’;

ProcFreqData = coffee;

Tables TypeD TypeD*TypeC;

Format TypeD $Deliv. TypeC $coffee.;

;

Run;

ODSrtfclose;

How to send output to data sets?

- First have to know what the SAS object is called
- Use ODS Trace to find out what OBJECTS SAS is creating when you run a PROC or DATA step.
- Knowing this information will allow you to select only the information you want to work with.

ODS Trace Syntax

***Trace Results will be in the LOG***;

ODS TRACE ON;

*Procedures and/or Data steps go here;

ODS TRACE OFF;

***Trace Results will be in the Listing***;

ODS TRACE ON / Listing;

*Procedures and/or Data steps go here;

ODS TRACE OFF;

Example

ODSTraceon;

ProcFreqData = coffee;

Tables TypeD /chisq;

Tables TypeD*TypeC;

Format TypeD $Deliv. TypeC $coffee.;

Label TypeC = "Type of Coffee"

TypeD = "Type of Delivery"

;

Run;

ODSTraceoff;

Can use this info to output almost any Procedure results into a new output data set…

Libname Annie “C:\DATA”;

ODSOutput"One-Way Frequencies"=Annie.Freqs;

ProcFreqData = coffee;

Tables TypeD /chisq;

Tables TypeD*TypeC;

Format TypeD $Deliv. TypeC $coffee.;

Label TypeC = "Type of Coffee"

TypeD = "Type of Delivery";

Run;

ODSOutputclose;

How about ODS Graphics?

ODS graphics on;

procregdata=fitness;

model Oxygen=RunTime Age RestPulse;

run;

Quit;

ODS graphics off;

ODS Graphics

- How do we Name graphs?
- How do we Save graphs?
- How do we Change styles?
- How do we Edit graphs?
- Lets Take a look at the ODS demo sample code…
- Practice looking up ODS info in SAS Online Documentation
- See SAS User Group Paper for full ODS Graphics Information.

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