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Moving multiple rows to single row

Moving multiple rows to single row

Moving multiple rows to single row

I have this kind of data

TiliA      TiliB
A          1
A          2
A          3
B          1
B          2

I want to get like this

TiliA      TiliB
A         1 2 3
B         1 2

How to do it ?

RE: Moving multiple rows to single row

Quite some time ago, maybe still current - try something like this:


proc sort data=oldTab; by tiliA tiliB; run;
data newTab;
  set oldTab (rename=(tiliB=oneB));
  by tiliA;
  length tiliB $50;  /* or whatever length you need */
  retain tiliB;
  if first.tiliA
    then tiliB = left(oneB);
    else tiliB = trim(tiliB) !! ' ' !! left(oneB);
  if last.tiliA then

RE: Moving multiple rows to single row

Thanks I try !

RE: Moving multiple rows to single row

Try PROC Transpose

RE: Moving multiple rows to single row


Proc Sort Data=NEW ;
  By TiliA ;

Data New ;
  Retain TiliB ;
  Set Old ;
  By TiliA ;
  If First.TiliA Then
    TiliB = "" ;
    TiliB = TiliB!!" "!!TiliA ;
  IF Last.TiliA Then Output ;

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