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Combining and modifying SAS data sets

Michele M. Burlew

Combining and modifying SAS data sets

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by Michele M. Burlew

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Published by SAS Institute in Cary, NC .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes index.

Other titlesCombining and modifying SAS data sets.
StatementMichele M. Burlew
ContributionsSAS Institute
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQA276.4 .C54 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 317 p. :
Number of Pages317
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24539877M
ISBN 109781590479209
LC Control Number2010287500

  This week Christine and I covered chap “Combining SAS Data Sets.” Most of this material was quite straightforward, and we did surprisingly well on the quiz at the end. But when we came together to discuss the chapter, we realized we both had had issues with one section: the. Get this from a library! Combining and modifying SAS data sets: examples. [Michele M Burlew; SAS Institute.] -- Building on the popularity of the first edition, Michele Burlew has revised this popular examples book to include expanded content and new features of SAS software. Completely updated for SAS .

View Notes - Lecture 6 Modifying and combining SAS Data Sets from ANS at Iowa State University. Modifying and Combing SAS Data Sets (Chapter in the 6 Little SAS Book Author: Thomasb. Hi everyone, I got a question about using 2 SETs to combine 2 datasets. My question came from the Little SAS Book (5th ed) on page 12/ Combining a Grand Total with the Original Data. To make it easier to understand, I copy the whole programming: A distributor of athletic shoes is consid.

Chpt 5: Modifying and Combining SAS Data Sets The Little SAS Book, 2nd ed., by Lora Delwiche & Susan Slaughter, SAS Publishing Anna Torrång April 2 Modifying a Data Set Using the SET Statement Example of a SAS program: libname annat 'h:\sas\sas teaching (MEP)\sas seminars'; data descr; set _raw; run; proc print data=descr; run;.   Completely updated for SAS , Combining and Modifying SAS Data Sets: Examples, Second Edition, presents examples that show solutions to common programming tasks that involve combining, modifying, and reshaping data sets.


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Combining and modifying SAS data sets by Michele M. Burlew Download PDF EPUB FB2

The tools used to combine and modify data sets include the SET, MERGE, MODIFY, and UPDATE statements in the DATA step; joins and set operators in PROC SQL; BY-group processing; indexes; hash objects in the DATA step; the use of PROC FORMAT and hash tables as table lookups; and generation data sets.

Unique features of this book include the following: Examples are grouped by task, not by 4/5(3). This book is best suited for intermediate to advanced SAS programmers who need to merge or otherwise combine or modify data sets.

Although the MERGE command is quite simple, it can be quite tricky if not fully understood: Merge commands may combine your data in unexpected ways that won't always show as errors in your program log.5/5(1). The tools used to combine and modify data sets include the SET, MERGE, MODIFY, and UPDATE statements in the DATA step; joins and set operators in PROC SQL; BY-group processing; indexes; hash objects in the DATA step; the use of PROC FORMAT and hash tables as table lookups; and generation data sets.

Unique features of this book include the following: Examples are grouped by task, not by. Designed for SAS programmers at all levels, this examples book will help simplify the challenging task of combining and modifying data sets. Save to Binder Create a New Binder.

The tools used to combine and modify data sets include the SET, MERGE, MODIFY, and UPDATE statements in the DATA step; joins and set operators in PROC SQL; BY-group processing; indexes; hash objects in the DATA step; the use of PROC FORMAT and hash tables as table lookups; and generation data sets.

Completely updated for SASCombining and Modifying SAS Data Sets: Examples, Second Edition, presents examples that show solutions to common programming tasks that involve combining, modifying.

Combining and Modifying SAS Data Sets by Michelle M. Burlew,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(2). Concatenating data sets is the combining of two or more data sets, one after the other, into a single data set.

The number of observations in the new data set is the sum of the number of observations in the original data sets. You can use these methods to combine SAS data sets: concatenating. interleaving. one-to-one reading. one-to-one merging. match merging.

updating. Concatenating. The following figure shows the results of concatenating two SAS data sets. Concatenating the data sets appends the observations from one data set to another data set.

Get it together: Combining data with SAS® MERGE, UPDATE, and SET Mel Widawski, MHW Consulting, Culver City, CA ABSTRACT Combining data sets is easy with Merge, Update or using the SET statements.

You will learn when to do each and how they are different. Simple examples illustrate the results of combining data sets. Pitfalls will also be. Unique features of this book include the following: Examples are grouped by task, not by code, so you can easily find a solution to a particular task; alternative solutions are presented in addition to the main examples; most examples that combine and modify data sets include both a DATA step and a PROC SQL solution; many examples include a Author: Michele M.

Burlew. Completely updated for SASCombining and Modifying SAS Data Sets: Examples, Second Edition, presents examples that show solutions to common programming tasks that involve combining, modifying, and reshaping data sets/5(2).

Definitions for Reading, Combining, and Modifying SAS Data Sets. In the context of DATA step processing, the terms reading, combining and modifying have these meanings: Reading a SAS data set.

refers to opening a SAS data set and bringing an observation into the program data vector for processing. Combining SAS data sets. Combining and Modifying SAS Data Sets: Examples, Second Edition "Michele Burlew's book is one of the best resources for combining and modifying data in SAS.

This book provides abundant examples and the descriptions are clear and easy to. Combining and Modifying SAS Data Sets: Examples, 2 nd Edition by Michele Burlew is scheduled to be published by SASPress in early October, Programs and Data Sets Used in This Book The examples in this book use simple data sets to illustrate the tasks.

Input data sets are shown along with brief descriptions - Selection from Combining and Modifying SAS® Data Sets: Examples Second Edition [Book].

Definitions for Reading, Combining, and Modifying SAS Data Sets Tree level 3. Node 1 of 6 Node 1 of 6 Overview of Tools Tree level 3. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index.

Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 28 cm: Contents: Introducing data relationshis, techniques for data manipulation, and access methods --Combining data sets vertically: concatenating, interleaving, and appending data sets --Combining data sets horizontally: match-merging data sets by value --Using.

Definitions In the context of DATA step processing, the terms reading, combining and modifying have these meanings: Reading a SAS data set refers to opening a SAS data set and bringing an observation into the program data vector for processing.

Combining SAS data sets refers to reading data from two or more SAS data sets and processing them by. Combining and Modifying SAS Data Sets Completely updated for SASthis guide presents examples that show solutions to common programming tasks that involve combining, modifying, and reshaping data sets.

Designed for SAS programmers at all levels. by Michelle M. BurlewAuthor: Kristin Yeager. Definitions for Reading, Combining, and Modifying SAS Data Sets. Overview of Tools. Reading SAS Data Sets.

Combining and Modifying SAS Data Sets. Examples. Author: Michele M. Burlew. Publisher: SAS Institute. The annotated example SAS programs in this book can be used as code models for many of the most common tasks of combining and modifying data in the SAS environment.

The book begins with a brief overview of issues and techniques in SAS data set I/O.Reading, Combining, and Modifying SAS Data Sets Definitions Overview of Tools Reading SAS Data Sets Combining SAS Data Sets: The Essentials Combining SAS Data Sets: Methods.