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pinkyc
Calcite | Level 5

I have data as such:

PatID     Age     Num_1     Num_2     Den

A          18          0               1               1

B          330         0               1               1

C          65          1               1               1

D          44          1               0               1

E          70          1               1               1

F          20          0               0               1

...

I know that using this:

proc summary data=pat_info;

class Age;

var Num_1 Num_2 Den;

output out=pat_infosum sum=;

run;

Would give me an output where Num_1, Num_2 and Den with 1's are summed for each age, however, is there a way to set a range for the class?  Something like 18-64 and 65+ so that the Num_1 and Num_2 are summed by a range of ages, not each age.

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Haikuo
Onyx | Level 15

Hint: Proc format to group the range.

Reeza
Super User

Hope you don't have someone who is 330 Smiley Happy

Haikuo
Onyx | Level 15

And I hope it is me Smiley Happy

pinkyc
Calcite | Level 5

Haha, typo there!

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