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Lapis Lazuli | Level 10

data test;

length ctr $25.;

infile datalines;

input ctr $ cnt cnt2;

return;

datalines;

 

4411 5 15

4455 15 66

4466 6 666

4477 11 42

;

run;

 

 

proc report = test nowd style(summary)=Header;

title 'test';

column ctr cnt cnt2 RTot PctTot;

define ctr /order order=data style (column)=Header ;

define cnt /sum f=comma6.;

define cnt2 /sum f=comma6.;

define PctTot/computed f=percent8.2;

define RTot /computed f=comma16. "Row Totals";

compute RTot;

RTot=sum(cnt.sum,cnt2.sum);/*row_tot*/

endcomp;

compute before;

 

sum=cnt.sum;

endcomp;

compute PctTot;

 

pcttot=cnt.sum/sum;

endcomp;

compute after;

 

ctr='Total';

endcomp;

rbreak after /summarize;

run;

It produces the results below.  I want the PCTTOT to be a measure of the cnt2/RTOT so for the first entry it should be 15/20 = 0.75 or 75%  So essentially I want to calculate at the row level across

ctr cnt cnt2 Row Totals PctTot
4411 5 15 20 13.51%
4455 15 66 81 40.54%
4466 6 666 672 16.22%
4477 11 42 53 29.73%
Total 37 789 826 100.0%
1 REPLY 1
ballardw
Super User

Please post code in a code box. Use the {I} or "running man" icon to open the box.

 

Your code as posted doesn't run as you are missing the data= on proc report;

Maybe:

 

proc report data = test nowd style(summary)=Header;
title 'test';
column ctr cnt cnt2 RTot PctTot;
define ctr /order order=data style (column)=Header ;
define cnt /sum f=comma6.;
define cnt2 /sum f=comma6.;
define PctTot/computed f=percent8.2;
define RTot /computed f=comma16. "Row Totals";
compute RTot; 
RTot=sum(cnt.sum,cnt2.sum);/*row_tot*/
endcomp;
compute before;
 
sum=cnt.sum;
endcomp;
compute PctTot;
 
pcttot=_c3_ / _c4_;
endcomp;
compute after;
 
ctr='Total';

endcomp;
rbreak after /summarize;
run;

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