Date: Wed, 11 Mar 2009 15:14:26 -0400
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From: SAS_learner <proccontents@GMAIL.COM>
Subject: Re: Column totals
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Just curious in this question the poster wanted the totals of all the months
In the Past I did something using Proc Sql and put it back in the dataset
Just was thinking weather we can do Mon1--Mon12 IF all they are named as
Mon1 (Instead of Jan ) What I mean is
Proc Sql ;
Create table aa as
Select Sum(Mon1) as Sum_m1 , Sum(mon2) as Sum_m2 .......(All the Months)
Group by Mon1--Mon12 ; (Is there anything similar to this Syntax as this not
be supported by SQL )
On Wed, Mar 11, 2009 at 2:29 PM, Gerhard Hellriegel <
> for what use? Do you only report them -> take PROC REPORT. If you want to
> continue processing with that sums, take PROC SUMMARY to put them into a
> For both you can select the totals you want. Simply define the other
> (unwanted) columns as type=display in REPORT.
> In SUMMARY you select the analysis variables with the VAR statement. If
> you dont't want subgroups with their subtotals, you should use no CLASS
> On Wed, 11 Mar 2009 11:05:58 -0700, kk.majji@GMAIL.COM wrote:
> >Please help me in getting the total only for all the SUM columns in
> >the below table.
> > Sep Oct Nov
> >Dec Jan Feb
> > Sum count Sum count Sum count Sum count Sum count
> >Sum count Total Sum
> >abc 871 655 690 491 524 363 499 363 1280
> >899 680 414 ?
> >dfd 420 163 415 147 399 159 459 170 655
> >183 631 192 ?
> >lmn 21 14 27 11 25 16 19 11
> >46 25 34 16 ?
> >Total 1388 879 1143 660 958 546 991 553 1991
> >1117 1347 624 ?