Posted on 2013-06-20
Last Modified: 2013-07-26
Working in SAS.  Need to create a report with basically column and row titles and then counts.  So the report would look like this:
                                        Region 1                 Region 2              Region 3
Total Hospitals                      6                            23                         21
Total Labs                             16                          34                         45
Total Rehabs                         3                             2                         22
Total Psych Units                  11                           5                         16
Grand Total                           35                          64                       104

Any examples in PROC PRINT or PROC REPORT to do this?  Each column to the left has a dataset with the counts
Question by:Lee R Liddick Jr
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theartfuldazzler earned 500 total points
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I tend to prefer PROC TABULATE over PRINT or REPORT for this type of analysis.  TABULATE is quite a difficult to learn - but it is amazingly powerful.

Based on your question, there are multiple datasets, and I would do a summary function upfront to get the numbers:

  create view summary as
     select "Total Hospitals" as Type, Region, count(*) as Freq from Hospital group by 2
  union all
     select "Total Labs" as Type, Region, count(*) as Freq from Labs group by 2

TABLE Type ALL="Grand Total", Region*Freq=" "*SUM=" ";
CLASS Type Region;
VAR Freq;

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