I have a SAS dataset that has following the variables like following example:
Cust_ID State City Income Profit age
1 TX Houston 15000 400 24
5 OR Portland 20000 300 40
7 TX Houston 7500 100 23
8 VA Arlington 4000 340 38
9 OR Portland 17000 120 19
15 CA Sacremento 9000 300 45
3 CA San francisco 14000 240 56
The actual dataset is 20 million records with unique cust_ids, however i want a summarization done at state level, age level, city level and represent the report in the form of a bar chart or the best possible graph to make sense and make reading easy.
Q1. For state, i want the the top 10 states contributing to the maximum profit starting left most to right most.
Q2. For city,, I want the top 10 cities contributing to the maximum profit same as above (BUT "NOT" CITY GROUPED AMONG STATES, THAT IS CITY IS CONSIDERED A DIFFERENT ENITITY AND NOT WITHIN STATE)
Q3. For age, i want to group 0-20, 20-30,30-40,40-50 age ranges and create a bar charts to visualise the age ranges that are top contributors to the profit.
Can anyone help me with the use of SAS summrization and graph example please? In excel i know well, but SAS i need help please
Since this look a lot like homework here's some hints. Post back with your attempts it you don't get solutions that work.
Q1 Summarize the data using state as a grouping variable to create an output data set with the desired totals. The sort descending by the total variable. In your graphing procedure you can indicate the sorted data set and use the data set option OBS=10 to get the first 10 records into the plot.
Q2.Summarize as above with city as the grouping variable.
Q3. Create a custom format that assigns age group values to the desired range and associate that format with the age variable in the graphing procedure.
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