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BETO
Fluorite | Level 6

data t;
set t1 t2;
dt = dhms(date, hour(time), minute(time), second(time));
format dt datetime19. date date9. time time8.;
run;

proc sort data=t; by machine dt; run;

/* Drop records that are less than 15 min. from previous */
data want;
do until(last.machine);
set t; by machine;
if dt - '00:15:00't > lastDT then do;
output;
lastDT = dt;
end;
end;
drop lastDT;
run;

 

Hi pgstats. How would it look like if I wanted to keep everything within 15min? ... If it was greater than 15 min drop.. Table one columns would be machine time date. Table 2 machine start date end date duration time

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Reeza
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Please don't direct your question to one person, but to the forum in general. That person may or may not have time to answer your question and it's meant to be a public forum.

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Reeza
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Please don't direct your question to one person, but to the forum in general. That person may or may not have time to answer your question and it's meant to be a public forum.
BETO
Fluorite | Level 6
My mistake I was aware it was public the person help me with a same question I fig it was easy to address it to them ...

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