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Date:   Tue, 10 Mar 2009 09:51:19 -0700
Reply-To:   bigD <diaphanosoma@GMAIL.COM>
Sender:   "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:   bigD <diaphanosoma@GMAIL.COM>
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Subject:   Re: data management problem.
Comments:   To: sas-l@uga.edu
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It appears you have two problems. The first is to read the data into a SAS dataset in in a way that is easy to manipulate, the second is to out the data in "style" you want.

Reading the data into sas will require you to write an input statement that reflect the data structure as it is currently stored. It is not clear what the table columns are from you data sample.

From there you could use proc report to output the data with a define / display and compute statement to list each of the table columns in the order you want.

On Mar 10, 3:51 am, kondal...@gmail.com wrote: > dear friends > plz help me to manage data. > > given data > > >1 ENSE00001515100 CTTCT > > CGCCACTGCC > TGAATCT > intron 1-2 ENSE00001515100 atatat > agctgatgtcgcttgc>2 ENSE00001515098 GTGAAG > > TGAGTGAGCTG > > Requied output > > >1 ENSE00001515100 > > CTTCT > CGCCACTGCC > TGAATCT > intron 1-2 ENSE00001515100 > atatat > agctgatgtcgcttgc>2 ENSE00001515098 > > GTGAAG > TGAGTGAGCTG > > jest bring sequence beside exon to next line..


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