03-05-2016 07:26 PM
In general, I consider a SAS dataset to be the equivalent of an Excel table. You then run statistical tasks against the dataset, the same way that you would use Excel functions to summarize a table.
What specifically would you want to do?
03-06-2016 03:05 AM
I want to have the dyanic of "excel dynamic table "
If I have a so many variables to analyse, I want to see all the data variables in a box list with " button onclick"
If I click on the button of the variale " Sale_A".
I will get the data and the graph of the variable " Sale_A".
Also, If I click on many variables "Sale_A, S_B, S_D..., I can get a superimposed graphs
03-06-2016 11:02 AM
If I had to do this, I would start with a SAS dataset.
In the "Graph" tasks, pick the type of chart you want. As you're building it, in the "Data" tab, there is an "Edit" button. In this, you can pick exactly the information that you want. Then complete the chart.
You can then modify the task, and change your selection criteria.
Hope this helps,
03-06-2016 07:53 AM