## Insert Records

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# Insert Records

There total 5 risk groups. But from summary analysis the output is shown for two risk groups 2 and 5. Which means riskgroup 1,3,4 are not present for gender F and agegroup 517.

Now how to populate rows for riskgroup 1, 3, 4 with values 0 for each metric?

 Gender AgeGroup RiskGroup Metric Value F 517 2 facdoll 25 F 517 2 emipdoll 30 F 517 2 EMOPDOLL 45 F 517 2 SGIPDOLL 0 F 517 5 facdoll 23 F 517 5 emipdoll 32 F 517 5 EMOPDOLL 55 F 517 5 SGIPDOLL 90
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## Re: Insert Records

Some hard coding involved, not very happy.

data have;

input Gender\$     AgeGroup     RiskGroup     Metric:\$10.     Value;

cards;

F     517     2     facdoll      25

F     517     2     emipdoll       30

F     517     2     EMOPDOLL     45

F     517     2     SGIPDOLL      0

F     517     5     facdoll      23

F     517     5     emipdoll       32

F     517     5     EMOPDOLL     55

F     517     5     SGIPDOLL      90

;

proc sql;

select distinct quote(metric) into :metric separated by ',' from have;

quit;

data want (drop=_;

length metric \$10.;

retain riskgroup 0;

set have (rename=(riskgroup=_risk metric=_m value=_v));

do riskgroup=riskgroup+1 to _risk-1;

do metric=&metric;

value=0;

output;

end;

end;

riskgroup=_risk;

metric=_m;

value=_v;

output;

run;

proc print;run;

Haikuo

Edit to reduce some hard coding.

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## Insert Records

what if we want to insert the records for metric in the same order as that of riskgroup 2?

Facdoll

emipdoll

emopdoll

sgipdoll

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## Re: Insert Records

The simplest way is to make a order variable for METRIC variable.

```data have;
input Gender\$     AgeGroup     RiskGroup     Metric:\$10.     Value;
cards;
F     517     2     facdoll      25
F     517     2     emipdoll       30
F     517     2     EMOPDOLL     45
F     517     2     SGIPDOLL      0
F     517     5     facdoll      23
F     517     5     emipdoll       32
F     517     5     EMOPDOLL     55
F     517     5     SGIPDOLL      90
;
data x;
do riskgroup=1 to 5;
output;
end;
run;
proc sql;
create table temp as
select *
from (select distinct gender from have),
(select distinct agegroup from have),
(select distinct riskgroup from x),
(select distinct metric from have) ;
quit;
proc format;
invalue \$ fmt
'facdoll'=1
'emipdoll '=2
'EMOPDOLL'=3
'SGIPDOLL'=4;
run;
proc sort data=temp;by gender agegroup riskgroup metric;run;
proc sort data=have;by gender agegroup riskgroup metric;run;
data want;
merge temp have;
by gender agegroup riskgroup metric;
flag=input(metric,\$fmt.);
run;
proc sort data=want;by   gender agegroup riskgroup flag;run;

```

Ksharp

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## Re: Insert Records

One more proposal :

data have;
input Gender\$ AgeGroup RiskGroup Metric:\$10. Value;
datalines;
F     517     2     facdoll      25
F     517     2     emipdoll     30
F     517     2     EMOPDOLL     45
F     517     2     SGIPDOLL      0
F     517     5     facdoll      23
F     517     5     emipdoll     32
F     517     5     EMOPDOLL     55
F     517     5     SGIPDOLL     90
;

data rg; do riskGroup = 1 to 5; output; end; run;

data mo; input metric\$ @@; mOrder = _n_; datalines;
facdoll emipdoll EMOPDOLL SGIPDOLL
;

proc sql;
create table want as
select h1.gender, h1.ageGroup, rg.riskGroup, mo.metric, coalesce(h2.value,0) as value
from (select distinct gender, ageGroup from have as h1) cross join
rg cross join mo left join
have as h2 on h1.gender=h2.gender and h1.ageGroup=h2.ageGroup and
rg.riskGroup=h2.riskGroup and mo.metric=h2.metric
order by gender, ageGroup, riskGroup, mOrder;
drop table rg, mo;
select * from want;
quit;

PG

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