*SAS/GRAPH. Annotate variable.*

*n.*

a computer language that is designed to be used as part of programs written in another language.

(sub mit') *v.t.*

1. to deliver (a text file containing a program or job) to the operating system, the SAS supervisor, or other software for execution.

2. to deliver (data entered in a form) to a server for processing.

*SCL statement.* Submits SAS or SQL
statements for execution.

*Command.*
Ref:
**PSPPR**:Display Manager.
Alias, **SUB**.

*Function.*
Ref:
**PSPPR**:Functions.
**SLRD**:Functions and CALL Routines.

*n.*

a value that identifies a specific element of an array in an array reference. Write a subscript as an expression enclosed in braces after the array name.

(sub' set) *n.*

1. a set, all of whose elements belong to another set; a part of a set.

*v.t.*

2. to create a subset from.

(sub' set ing if' stAt' m*e*nt) *Data step. n.*

an IF statement without a THEN clause, which has the effect of stopping processing of observations that do not meet a condition.

*Function.*
Ref:
**PSPPR**:Functions; Data Step Statements:Assignment.
**PSPL**:Functions and CALL Routines:Character Functions;
Variables and Values:Values.
**SLRD**:Functions and CALL Routines.

*SQL function.*

*Function.*
Ref:
**PSPPR**:Functions.
**SLRD**:Functions and CALL Routines.

*Command.*
Ref:
**PSPPR**:Display Manager.

(sOO' ji)

SAS Users Group International; the leading annual conference of SAS users between 1976 and 2006.

*Statistic.* Sum.
Ref:
**PSPPR**:Descriptive Statistics.
**PSPL**:Proc Steps:Summary Statistics.

*Function.* Sum.
Ref:
**PSPPR**:Functions.
**PSPL**:Functions and CALL Routines:Mathematical Functions.
**SLRD**:Functions and CALL Routines.

(sum' *u* rIz) *v.t.*

1. to create a summary of.

2. to serve as a summary of.

(sum' *u* rE) *n.*

1. a brief statement or presentation of the main points of a story, study, book, report, etc.

2. a set of statistical measures that serve to characterize a set of data.

*adj.*

3. concise and descriptive.

4. based on a quick consideration of the most important information.

*Procedure.*
Ref:
**PSPPR**:Procedures.
**PSPL**:Analyzing Data:SUMMARY.
**SPG**.

Also, **MEANS**.

*System option.*
Ref:
**PSPPR**:System Options.
**SLRD**:SAS System Options.

*n.*

a data step statement that adds a value to a numeric variable.
The first term of the statement is the numeric variable.
The second term is a plus sign (`+`

).

*Statistic.* Sum of weights.
**PSPPR**:Descriptive Statistics.
**PSPL**:Proc Steps:Summary Statistics.

*Function.* Sum of weights.
**PSPPR**:Functions.
**PSPL**:Functions and CALL Routines:Mathematical Functions.
**SLRD**:Functions and CALL Routines.

*SAS/STAT. Procedure.*

*SAS/STAT. Procedure.*

*SAS/STAT. Procedure.* Means estimates from survey data.

*SAS/STAT. Procedure.* Regression analysis for survey data.

*SAS/STAT. Procedure.* Random sampling.

*n.*

the complement of a distribution function.