Below are the questions I need to find out by using student data in SAS VA. I just want to know the process how to carry out the below method.
i. How can I calculate the percentage of students enrolled in each school?
ii. How to find out Enrolment numbers for each school category, each year?
iii. Also, A breakdown of enrolment numbers by Grade, Ethnicity and Gender?
Thanks in advance
It seems you are a new user to SAS Support Communities - welcome and I'm sure you'll get lots of benefit and support. One way for members to help you better though is to post questions in a more descriptive manner that describes your problem. There is a good article in the Welcome board, I'd encourage you to read - https://communities.sas.com/t5/Getting-Started/How-to-get-fast-helpful-answers/ta-p/226133
With regards to the questions you have... yes these can be done in SAS VA and in many ways... it depends on the structure of your data. Can you please provide an extract of your student data or if it is sensitive, please prepare dummy data that is an example of the data structure you have? By providing more detail of your situation, members can advise accordingly.
Also what version of SAS Visual Analytics are you using? Are you using SAS VA Explorer or Designer? What have you tried? People are generally more willing to assist members to those that have shown they have tried to do it themselves first.
In essence, help us to help you...
Thank you for the response.I am using SAS VA Designer.Actually, i don't know the process to calculate the percent of students enrolled.I am new to this platform.Please find the link below where it contains the sample student data .
Thanks for letting us know you are new to VA. Perhaps some training is in order to get familiar with the interface and assist with the basics. I'd advise you to have a look at the following videos, articles and also the documentation. Further to that, I'd encourage you to look at a training course, http://support.sas.com/training/us/paths/va.html and book https://www.sas.com/store/books/products-solutions/sas-visual-analytics/an-introduction-to-sas-visua...
In order to access the data via the link provided, we would need an account. As such we cannot see your data.
The attachment you've provided doesn't show us your attempt in answering the question. For instance, your report object isn't using lunch_status.
Think about the question you've been asked. You need to provide a report on absent days, discipline days and lunch status. So you need to use the data items that reflect this. You need to also make sure it is calculating an average so for the measures, absent_days and discipline_days select them in the data pane and make sure the measure is changed from the default Sum to Average.
Then YOU need to think about what is the best visualization for your report. If you are using SAS Visual Analytics Designer is it a cross-tab or a dual-axis chart etc.
If you don't know how to chart these 3 data items, I suggest you use SAS Visual Analytics Explorer and use the Autochart visualization where you can drag the 3 data items onto it and it will determine the best visualization for you.
If you require detailed assistance in designing and building your reports then it would be advisable to do training or to hire a consultant.
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