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Proc report

Hi guys, I want to create a table like this by using PROC REPORT:

             -Gender-         -Gender-

   Age  Female Male  Female Male

Group     SBP  SBP     DBP  DBP

<=50        XX     XX        XX     XX

  >50        XX     XX        XX     XX

The data set I have looks like this:

Gender Age SBP DBP

M 23 144 90

F 68 110 62

M 55 130 80

F 28 120 70

M 35 142 82

M 45 150 96

F 48 138 88

F 78 132 76

My problem is:

I can create a new variable 'Age Group' with values '<=50' and '>50',

but I couldn't group the created 'Age Group' variable.

Can anyone give me some insights? Thank you.

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Re: Proc report

Show what code you've tried.

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Re: Proc report

proc format; value ageg 0-50 = '<= 50' 50-100 = '>50';
  
run;
data bp;
   input Gender:$1. Age SBP DBP;
   cards;
M 23 144 90
F 68 110 62
M 55 130 80
F 28 120 70
M 35 142 82
M 45 150 96
F 48 138 88
F 78 132 76
;;;;
   run;
proc report nowd list;
  
columns age (sbp dbp), gender;
   define age / group format=ageg. order=internal;
   define gender / across;
  
define sbp / mean;
  
define dbp / mean;
  
run;


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Re: Proc report

Hi data_null,

Thank you for your answer, however when I was dealing with this problem, the dataset had already existed, so I was wondering if there is one way to just use proc report, and within the proc report statement to group age values, and achieved the desired result, without using other statements?

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Re: Proc report

The user defined value format is independent of the data.

Contributor
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Re: Proc report

Yes, you're right. But is there a way to group age within the proc report statement?

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