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jonatan_velarde
Lapis Lazuli | Level 10

HI friends:

 

I have this data set:

 

data have;

input Questions sex yes no;

cards;

Question_1 male 2 5

Question_2 male 3 4

Question_3 male 5 1

;

and i have to obtain this table:

 

Question Sex yes_no
1 male 1
1 male 1
1 male 0
1 male 0
1 male 0
1 male 0
1 male 0
2 male 1
2 male 1
2 male 1
2 male 0
2 male 0
2 male 0
2 male 0
3 male 1
3 male 1
3 male 1
3 male 1
3 male 1
3 male 0

 

 

need to be notice that 0 means NO and 1 means YES, from the origin dataset

 

Thanks in advance

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Accepted Solutions
Reeza
Super User
data want;
set have;

Question = input(compress(questions, , 'kd'), 8.);

do i=1 to yes;
yes_no=1;
output;
end;

do i=1 to no;
yes_no=0;
output;
end;

run;

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Reeza
Super User
data want;
set have;

Question = input(compress(questions, , 'kd'), 8.);

do i=1 to yes;
yes_no=1;
output;
end;

do i=1 to no;
yes_no=0;
output;
end;

run;
ballardw
Super User

Be aware that you cannot do any meaningful analysis of combinations of the questions such as "males that answered yes to questions 1 and 2" with data from a summary like this..

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