Prints levels and labels of factors (R.W. Payne).
Factors whose levels and labels are to be printed
PFACLEVELS prints the levels, and the labels (if present), of factors. This can be useful, for example, to check that they have been defined correctly, before either reading or printing a large data set. If you have already defined the values of the factors, the output also includes the replication of each level.
You specify the factors, whose levels and labels are to be printed, by the
CAPTION 'PFACLEVELS example'; STYLE=meta FACTOR [LEVELS=3; VALUES=4(1...3)] Treatment PFACLEVELS Treatment FACTOR [LABELS=!T(male,female)] Sex; VALUES=!T(4(male,female)) PFACLEVELS Sex FACTOR [LEVELS=!(0,2.5,5); LABELS=!T(none,standard,double)] Rate; DECIMALS=1 PFACLEVELS Rate FACTOR [LEVELS=!(152886,152917,152947); LABELS=!T(Oct,Nov,Dec)] \ Timing; DREPRESENTATION=3 PFACLEVELS Timing