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jacob_klimek
Obsidian | Level 7

Okay, so I am trying to get the results of proc univariate to export to a microsoft excel sheet. I need multiple ones. Currently, my code is:

 

%macro test2;
        %do i = 1 %to 13;
            %let v = %scan(&varsX,&i.);
            ods html file="testfile.cls";
            proc univariate data=test;
                var &v;
            run;
            ods html close;
        %end;
    %mend test;
    %test2;

 

where my variables are defined in a list above. This prints out a bunch of sheets saved as ASCII files, but I want them all as excel sheets in the same workbook.

 

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ballardw
Super User

Not tested but some thing like this should get you started:

 

%macro test3;

      ods tagsets.excelxp file="testfile.xlm" options (sheet_interval='PROC');
        %do i = 1 %to 13;
            %let v = %scan(&varsX,&i.);
           
            proc univariate data=test;
                var &v;
            run;
           
        %end;

    ods tagsets.excelxp close;
    %mend test3;
    %test3;

 

The XML file generated can be opended in Excel.

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ballardw
Super User

Not tested but some thing like this should get you started:

 

%macro test3;

      ods tagsets.excelxp file="testfile.xlm" options (sheet_interval='PROC');
        %do i = 1 %to 13;
            %let v = %scan(&varsX,&i.);
           
            proc univariate data=test;
                var &v;
            run;
           
        %end;

    ods tagsets.excelxp close;
    %mend test3;
    %test3;

 

The XML file generated can be opended in Excel.

jacob_klimek
Obsidian | Level 7

Great, this puts them all in the same file with sheets which is awesome.

 

You have any idea how to keep a title in there because when I run this version of code it drops the titles.

Reeza
Super User
Look at the header/footer, the title should be in there. You can embed the title/footer by looking at the ODS TAGSETS.EXCELXP option - specifically embedded_titles and embedded_footnotes.

See the reference and options available here:
http://support.sas.com/rnd/base/ods/odsmarkup/excelxp_help.html

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