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Date:         Tue, 31 Jul 2007 07:30:09 -0000
Reply-To:     Pralay <pralayhazra@GMAIL.COM>
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From:         Pralay <pralayhazra@GMAIL.COM>
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Subject:      Re: Help computing a duration from complex data
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On Jul 31, 5:04 am, pagabas <paga...@yahoo.com> wrote: > Hi, > > I want to compute a duration for each of our machines in the shop. > Attached is just an example to illustrate the sitution: > The duration should be calculated when the status goes from MAOFF to > MAON. Therefore we should only look for > successive status of MAOFF and MAON. If we encounter an MAOFF and > subsequent records for that Machine are MAOFF and then an MAON, we > should compute the duration using the first MAOFF and the last MAON. > If the machine has all MAOFF or MAON, then there is no need to compute > a duration. Those cases can be flagged (preferably) or discarded. The > key is that it must go from MAOFF to MAON state to have a duration. > > Using the data below: > > MachineID Duration (in sec): > 100 120 > 100 240 > 101 130 > > MachineID Status datetimeinfo > 100 MAOFF 29Jul200710:50:51 > 100 MAON 29Jul200710:52:51 > 100 MAOFF 29Jul200710:55:00 > 100 MAON 29Jul200710:59:00 > 101 MAON 29Jul200710:50:00 > 101 MAON 29Jul200710:52:00 > 101 MAOFF 29Jul200710:53:00 > 101 MAON 29Jul200710:55:10 > 102 MAON 29Jul200711:57:00 > 102 MAON 29Jul200710:57:18 > 102 MAOFF 29Jul200710:57:00 > > Thanks, > Pagabas

Hello Pagabas,

You can try out this following code.

data machine; set machine; retain prev_value prev_machine_id; if status="MAOFF" then do; prev_value=DateTimeInfo; prev_machine_id=MachineID; end; if status="MAON" and MachineID=prev_machine_id then dur=DateTimeInfo - prev_value; run;

Let me know if you find any problem with the code.

Cheers, Pralay


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