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confused_saser
Obsidian | Level 7

I just want to visually see what the earliest and latest date is in my dataset for a specific date variable. How can I accomplish this?

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data_null__
Jade | Level 19

@confused_saser wrote:

I just want to visually see what the earliest and latest date is in my dataset for a specific date variable. How can I accomplish this?


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max

Astounding
Opal | Level 21

Calculate and print:

 

proc summary data=have;

var datevar;

output out=stats min=mindate max=maxdate;

run;

 

proc print data=stats;

var mindate maxdate;

format mindate maxdate yymmdd10.;

run;

 

atzamis
Obsidian | Level 7

You could alse try proc tabulate (assuming variable values are stored as sas date)

 

data test;
input dt date9.;
datalines;
01jul2009
01may2007
.
01dec2010
;
proc tabulate data=test format=date9.;
var dt;
table dt=''*(min='min date' max='max date') ;
run;

 

min date max date
01MAY200701DEC2010

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