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mhtoto
Fluorite | Level 6
I would like the following data output (outcomes over time summed for each patient):
 
patient Out1 Out2 Out3...more output variables...
1          2        1        2
2          1        0        1
3          0        0        6
 
from the following data:
 
patient Out1 Out2 Out3...more output variables...
1          0        0        1
1          1        0        1
1          0        1        0
1          0        0        0
1          1        0        0
2          0        0        0
2          1        0        0
2          0        0        0
2          0        0        1
2          0        0        0
2          .         0        0
2          0        0        0
2          0        .         0
3          0        0        1
3          0        0        1
3          .         0        1
3          .         0        1
3          .         0        1
3          .         0        1
 
Thank you in advance for any help.
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ballardw
Super User

If you need a dataset:

 

Proc summary data=have nway;

   class patient;

   var out:  ; /* any list of variables you want to sum*/

   output out=want sum=; /* the option sum= this way means that the result data set will have the same names, use /autoname to have them named Out1_sum Out2_sum etc. */

run;

 

If a report something like this:

Proc tabulate data=have;

   class patient;

   var out: ; /* again list of variables*/

   table patient,

            (out:  )*sum=;

run;

Repeat the variables from the VAR statement to inside the ()

mhtoto
Fluorite | Level 6

Thank you ballardw for your help, much appreciated.

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