PROC REPORT DATA = work.T5 nowd ; column GENERATION periode_month , (mnt_1 mnt_2) ; define GENERATION / group ; define periode_month / across '' ; define mnt_1 / 'indic1' f=12.2 ; define mnt_2/ 'indic2 f=12.2 ; title ; RUN ;
by launching this code, in the output result the 2 indicators are in columns like photo1
I would like indicators on two lines like photo2
thanks a lot in advance for your help
Do your calculation in a simple datastep before the proc report, then proc report your data. Proc report, whilst having some functionality regarding sums isn't the best tool for the job. As for exact code, no idea what the data originally looks like so cant really say.
Looks like you need to convert your data into multiple rows instead of multiple columns.
data have ; do generation=2008,2009; do month='201601','201602'; do indication='indict1','indict2'; input amount @@; output; end; end; end; cards; 3687 345 3590 4058 4681 637 455 4118 ; proc report ; column generation indication amount,month ; define generation / group ; define indication / group ; define month / across ; define amount / sum ' ' ; run;
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