02-13-2017 12:43 AM
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Some of us don't like opening Microsoft format documents such as DOCX due to security concerns and others have such documents blocked by security.
PDF would be a better choice for showing text appearance.
As a silly question, do you have labels associated with any of the variables concerned?
02-13-2017 11:41 AM
You can always make data using a DATA step program, with the DATALINES technique. For example, here is fake program to make some data for a grade report:
length Name $40 Type $30;
infile datalines dlm=',' dsd;
input ID Name $ Type $ Grade Average Final $;
11,"Alex Andrews","Mid-Term Essay",95,93," "
22,"Barb Bascom","Final Exam",70,79,"B"
33,"Carl Clarke","Final Exam",94,92,"A"
33,"Carl Clarke","Group Project",90,92,"A"
44,"Dana Decker","Mid-Term Essay",93,90," "
55,"Edgar Elston","Final Exam",87,90,"A"
If you make some fake data that is in the same structure as your data and then post the code you've tried, people can work with data that resembles your actual data and make concrete suggestions based on the code you've started with. Otherwise, it is pointless to write code when the structure of the data for your question is unknown.The fake data that I might make might be completely different than the way your data looks and then the program would not be usable.
The program will be different if the structure of data is different. The Above data for NEWCLASS has one row for every class deliverable for every student. It is possible to have more than one row for one student. In fact, it is likely that there will be more than one row per student. If the data was structured differently, then then program in the screen shot might need to be written differently.
An example of using PROC REPORT with a COMPUTE block is shown below, with the PDF results. What code have you tried? There are a lot of previous forum postings on using COMPUTE blocks.
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