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Ronein
Meteorite | Level 14

Hello

What is the way to create such report when for each day there is freq report by 3 fields: X1,X2,X3.

For each day we need to see the fields names and categories names and need to have a black column as a gap between days.

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Data rawtbl;
input ID date : date9. x1 $ x2  $ x3 $ ;
cards;
1 01jan2021 a a b
2 01jan2021 b c b
3 01jan2021 c a b
4 01jan2021 a c c
5 02an2021 b b b
6 02an2021 a c b
7 03jan2021 c a b
8 03jan2021 a b b
9 03jan2021 a a c
;
run;

 

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Shmuel
Garnet | Level 18

Check next code:

Data rawtbl;
input ID date : date9. x1 $ x2  $ x3 $ ;
format date ddmmyy10.;
cards;
1 01jan2021 a a b
2 01jan2021 b c b
3 01jan2021 c a b
4 01jan2021 a c c
5 02jan2021 b b b
6 02jan2021 a c b
7 03jan2021 c a b
8 03jan2021 a b b
9 03jan2021 a a c
;
run;

proc format lib=work;
  value $catg
   'a' = 'x_a'
   'b' = 'x_b'
   'c' = 'x_c'
; run;
data to_rep;
 set rawtbl;
     length category $3;
     category = put(x1,$catg.); field='x1'; freq=1; output;
     category = put(x2,$catg.); field='x2'; freq=1; output;
     category = put(x3,$catg.); field='x3'; freq=1; output;
     drop x1 - x3;
run;
proc tabulate data=to_rep;
  class date field category;
  var freq;
  table field*category,
        date*freq*sum=' ';
run;

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Shmuel
Garnet | Level 18

Check next code:

Data rawtbl;
input ID date : date9. x1 $ x2  $ x3 $ ;
format date ddmmyy10.;
cards;
1 01jan2021 a a b
2 01jan2021 b c b
3 01jan2021 c a b
4 01jan2021 a c c
5 02jan2021 b b b
6 02jan2021 a c b
7 03jan2021 c a b
8 03jan2021 a b b
9 03jan2021 a a c
;
run;

proc format lib=work;
  value $catg
   'a' = 'x_a'
   'b' = 'x_b'
   'c' = 'x_c'
; run;
data to_rep;
 set rawtbl;
     length category $3;
     category = put(x1,$catg.); field='x1'; freq=1; output;
     category = put(x2,$catg.); field='x2'; freq=1; output;
     category = put(x3,$catg.); field='x3'; freq=1; output;
     drop x1 - x3;
run;
proc tabulate data=to_rep;
  class date field category;
  var freq;
  table field*category,
        date*freq*sum=' ';
run;

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