I'm using a PROC REPORT within ODS EXCEL, and my TITLE rows on the Excel file are coming out with a very large row height. The following code produces Row 1 with a height of 101, Row 2 with a height of 84, and Row 3 with a height of 67. Any suggestions as to how to keep the title rows a reasonabl.
In a DATA Step or PROC Step A TITLE statement takes effect when the step or RUN group with which it is associated executes. Once you specify a title for a line, it is used for all subsequent output until you cancel the title or define another title for that line.
FORMAT Procedure Tree level 2. Node 24 of 66. FSLIST Procedure. Example 7: Writing a Customized Summary on Each Page. Features: PROC REPORT statement options. COLUMN statement. DEFINE statement options: NOPRINT. , after PROC REPORT writes the title. It writes the page heading for the current manager's store.PROC REPORT derives labels for these variables from the corresponding column headings in the report unless the only item defining the column is an across variable. In that case, the variables have no label.The title line with the highest number appears on the bottom line. If you omit n, SAS assumes a value of 1. Therefore, you can specify TITLE or TITLE1 for the first title line.
With the ODS EXCEL destination, each element of the report - titles, footnotes, column width, row height, changes in color or font - is programmed through various options within SAS. Both the formatting and the data placement are done in SAS, eliminating the direct link to Excel required by DDE.
Using the COMPUTE Block in PROC REPORT Jack Hamilton, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Oakland, California ABSTRACT COMPUTE blocks add a great deal of power to PROC REPORT by allowing programmatic changes to be made for each individual data cell. This paper will describe the basics of PROC REPORT, and show how COMPUTE blocks.
How PROC REPORT Builds a Report This section first explains the process of building a report. Following this explanation are illustrations of how PROC REPORT creates two sample reports. The examples use programming statements; you can construct the same reports in the windowing environment.
Details. This example shows how to use formats to control the number of groups that PROC REPORT creates. The program creates a format for Department that classifies the four departments as one of two types: perishable or nonperishable.
The SPANROWS option is a new feature of PROC REPORT (new in SAS 9.2). But this is a “chicken and egg” explanation. In order to understand how wonderful SPANROWS is, you need to understand a basic difference between PROC REPORT and PROC TABULATE. Compare the two outputs below: Example of Default Row Spanning Behavior.
I have a report we run in SAS and format in Excel that has traffic color coding based on Excel formulas. I'd really like to just have everything created in SAS, so I have been using PROC REPORT to.
An Introduction to PROC REPORT, continued MWSUG 2017 Page 8 Displaying Titles on PROC REPORT Output Adding Titles to PROC REPORT output is simple with SAS. One or more TITLE statements can be specified at the top of each page of output (a maximum of ten can be specified).
For example, the variable sex can be formatted so that a value of 1 appears as 'male' in the output, and a value of 2 appears as 'female'. To format a variable: Use proc format prior to the data step to define the formats. In the data step, assign the format to the specified variable(s) using a format statement.
An Introduction to PROC REPORT, continued SCSUG 2017 Page 8 Displaying Titles on PROC REPORT Output Adding Titles to PROC REPORT output is simple with SAS. One or more TITLE statements can be specified at the top of each page of output (a maximum of ten can be specified).
REPORT Procedure, MWSUG, Paper 109-2010. Carpenter A (2007), Advanced PROC REPORT: Doing more with the compute block, SAS Global Forum, Paper 242-2007. Eslinger J (2015), The Report Procedure: A Primer for the Compute Block, SAS Paper, 1642-2015. Hamilton J (2005), Using the COMPUTE Block in PROC REPORT, WUSS, 2005.
This example creates HTML files and sets the style elements for each location in the report in the PROC REPORT statement.