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GustavSandberg
Calcite | Level 5

Hello all,

 

in SAS VA I have created numerous tables, in which I would like the following format

 

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Therefore I have, in SAS EG, created variables with three empty spaces before the first letter ("   variable 1" etc.), whilst the sum-variables do not have these spaces. In SAS VA, when I use the "adjusted sorting"-function on this data-set, these spaces are still there. 

When I assign this data to a table, the spaces do not show:  

 

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My goal is to highlight that the sum-rows are not "on the same level" as the other variables. If I can't use the spaces, is there a way to highlight these rows? Any suggestions?

 

I have also used the "total"-function in other tables. Is it possible to have the Total-row appear as the bottom row? And is there a way of re-naming it?

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Madelyn_SAS
SAS Super FREQ

You would have to use a different characters, perhaps three dots, instead of the spaces. 

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Is your total in the data or are you using the Totals option in Visual Analytics? Visual Analytics does support placing the totals at the bottom or the top. 

GustavSandberg
Calcite | Level 5

hello, 

 

and thank you for your answer.

 

The total I use is the Totals option in Visual Analytics. But it puts the total at the top, and I have not found a way to move it to the bottom.

 

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Best regards,

Gustav

Madelyn_SAS
SAS Super FREQ

You must have the Indented option turned on. For the indented layout, totals are always placed before the axis headings.

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