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SHAZ
Calcite | Level 5

Hi,

I want to count the total number of occurances of each category present in a column.

Example: My dataset comprises of four categorical columns and no numerical columns.

Report_Run_Time, Employee_Contracter_ID, Report_Location, Report_Name.

This is what I want:
The Employee_Contracter_ID has Emp/Cotracter IDs who ran reports. Every ID has more than one occurance in the column. I want to each IDs occurance.

The same thing I want to do with Report_Name.

Once I have the values, I want to create two reports,

1. Which report was run how many times.
2. Which EmpID/ContrID ran how many reports.

I am unable to find a solution with SAS Info Map studio.

Regards

Shaswat

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Madelyn_SAS
SAS Super FREQ

Couldn't you create two new data items with expressions like


COUNT(Employee_contractor_ID)

and

COUNT(Report_Name)

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