Use TABLE3 to produce row summary statistics for a parameter or parameter/time point with dosing displayed as columns. Typical examples of this type of table are vital signs, ECGs, and efficacy.
TABLE3 examines input data to determine decimal place precision. TABLE3 finds the maximum number of decimals occurring in numerical results within a group of data. Based on this number of decimal places on the input data, TABLE3 assigns decimal places for data in the table based on these factors:
- Values from input data, such as MIN or MAX, are displayed with the maximum number of decimal places found on an input value within the group.
- Statistics in the STATS parameter (which are not actual data values, like MIN) receive one extra decimal place, with the following exceptions:
- Statistics given a decimal offset in the SETDEC parameter receive the additional decimal places specified in SETDEC.
- The SETDEC parameter can be used to assign a fixed number of decimal places for each statistic on all output by using the /FIXED option. This prevents TABLE3 from resetting decimals by RESET group.