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Date:         Wed, 10 Oct 2007 23:01:22 -0400
Reply-To:     Ya Huang <ya.huang@AMYLIN.COM>
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:         Ya Huang <ya.huang@AMYLIN.COM>
Subject:      Re: Export Repeated Measure Table to Excel reformatted
Comments: To: OR Stats <stats112@GMAIL.COM>

transpose the data first then use proc export:

proc transpose data=xx out=flat; by x; var y; id z; run;

proc export data=flat ... ...

On Wed, 10 Oct 2007 19:53:47 -0500, OR Stats <stats112@GMAIL.COM> wrote:

>Hello: > >I have a SAS table that looks like the following: > >X Z Y >x1 1 y11 > 2 y12 > 3 y13 >. >. >. >x1 n y1n >x2 1 y21 >. >. >xm n ymn > >I would like to export this SAS dataset to Excel transposed in such a way >that I have only m rows (for my m distinct x's); n columns (for my n groups >within Z class); and the y's are elements of this new m x n matrix. >Ideally, the n columns in the resulting Excel sprdsht would have the n >distinct headings, or titled by the n group values/names. And the row >header for each of the m rows in Excel would be the m distinct values that X >takes on. So the values in the SAS table that are truly unique are the >Y's. Does anyone have any idea how to export this automatically without >using the GUI-based export? > >Cheers, >ORstats > >E.g., SAS >X Z Y >A 1 y11 >A 2 y12 >A 3 y13 >B 1 y21 >B 2 y22 >B 3 y23 >C 1 y31 >C 2 y32 >C 3 y33 > >exported to EXCEL would be > > 1 2 3 >A y11 y12 y13 >B y21 y22 y23 >C y31 y32 y33


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