How do I transpose an array in SAS?

You can also use the PREFIX= option in the PROC TRANSPOSE statement to place a prefix in the transposed variable names. To transpose Dat1, three arrays are needed in the DATA step. The array SCORE is a one-dimensional array for grouping the variables E1-E3 from the input data Dat1.

Why is transposing data important?

Transposing data is useful for data analysis. At times, we have to pull data from various files with different formats for analysis and preparing reports. In such circumstances, we may have to transpose some data from one file to the other. In excel, we can transpose data in multiple ways.

How do you transpose two variables in SAS?

How it works :

  1. First step, it is required to sort the variables ‘ID’ ‘time’ before using them in BY statement in PROC TRANSPOSE.
  2. In the first transpose of the above code, we are telling SAS to store information of all the variables in a single variable and the respective values in the another variable.

How do you transpose a dataset?

Transpose Data using Paste Special

  1. Select the data set (in this case A1:E5).
  2. Copy the dataset (Control + C) or right-click and select copy.
  3. Now you can paste the transposed data in a new location.
  4. In the paste special dialogue box, check the transpose option in the bottom right.
  5. Click OK.

How do you transpose?

TRANSPOSE function

  1. Step 1: Select blank cells. First select some blank cells.
  2. Step 2: Type =TRANSPOSE( With those blank cells still selected, type: =TRANSPOSE(
  3. Step 3: Type the range of the original cells. Now type the range of the cells you want to transpose.
  4. Step 4: Finally, press CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER.

What is the definition of ID statement when using PROC transpose?

Specifies one or more variables in the input data set whose nonmissing formatted values name the transposed variables in the output data set.