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Quentin
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There is a TRANSPOSE procedure:

proc transpose data=have out=want (rename=(_Name_=Letter Col1=Value)); 
  by id group subgroup;
run ;

You can also transpose data with arrays.

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Quentin
Super User

There is a TRANSPOSE procedure:

proc transpose data=have out=want (rename=(_Name_=Letter Col1=Value)); 
  by id group subgroup;
run ;

You can also transpose data with arrays.

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