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ywon111
Quartz | Level 8

Any suggestion best way to get this?

 

HAVE:

id fruit
1 apple
1 orange
2 apple
3 apple

 

WANT:

id fruit
1 apple, orange
2 apple
3 apple

 

Thanks 🙂

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Kurt_Bremser
Super User

Create a variable, and then use it in the TRANSPOSE:

data have;
input id $ fruit $;
datalines;
1 apple
1 orange
2 apple
3 apple
;

data pretrans;
set have;
val = 1;
run;

proc transpose
  data=pretrans
  out=want (drop=_name_)
;
by id;
id fruit;
var val;
run;

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ywon111
Quartz | Level 8

Sorry, slight changes, this is what I want

id apple orange
1 1 1
2 1  
3 1  

 

Thanks 

Kurt_Bremser
Super User

Create a variable, and then use it in the TRANSPOSE:

data have;
input id $ fruit $;
datalines;
1 apple
1 orange
2 apple
3 apple
;

data pretrans;
set have;
val = 1;
run;

proc transpose
  data=pretrans
  out=want (drop=_name_)
;
by id;
id fruit;
var val;
run;

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