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bemariec
Obsidian | Level 7

Hi!

 

I am trying to make a table printed listing few variables (numeric and character). I know how to use one of the variable in the "by" statement so I have 5 different tables (example: in the variable 1, I have 5 different values, so I seperate my 5 tables by grouping them in these 5 values).

 

My question is: in each of the 5 tables, I want an other variable (TEST)  to be the group indicator in the first column. I dont want any math to be done with the values, I only want to make a list (Proc tabulate makes a sum and I don't want that!). Se the picture.

 

Can you help me please?

 

Thanks a lot!!

 

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RW9
Diamond | Level 26 RW9
Diamond | Level 26

Its a good idea to post test data in the form of a datastep, and show in the post what you want to the output to look like.  It looks to me like a simple group statement in proc report:

proc report data=have nowd;
  by test_var;
  columns test_var a b;
  define test_var / group " ";
  define a...
run;

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RW9
Diamond | Level 26 RW9
Diamond | Level 26

Its a good idea to post test data in the form of a datastep, and show in the post what you want to the output to look like.  It looks to me like a simple group statement in proc report:

proc report data=have nowd;
  by test_var;
  columns test_var a b;
  define test_var / group " ";
  define a...
run;
Shmuel
Garnet | Level 18

According to your docx picture, try to use PROC REPORT.

 

It will be usefull if you provide some test data.

 

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