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Sas Macro Examples

  1. 1. SAS macro to Create / Remove a PC Directory...<br />Here's a SAS macro to Create and Remove a PC Directory... Often we ignore Notes and warning in the SAS log when we try to create/remove a directory that does/doesn't exist...This macro first checks for the existence of the directory and then create/delete it or else put a message to the SAS log...try it out :-) /* Macro to Create a directory */<br />%macro CheckandCreateDir(dir); <br />   options noxwait; <br />   %local rc fileref ; <br />   %let rc = %sysfunc(filename(fileref,&dir)) ;    <br />   %if %sysfunc(fexist(&fileref)) %then <br />      %put The directory " &dir" already exists ; <br />   %else <br />     %do ; <br />         %sysexec mkdir " &dir" ; <br />         %if &sysrc eq 0 %then %put The directory &dir has been created. ; <br />Read more @ http://sastechies.blogspot.com/2009/11/sas-macro-to-remove-pc-directory.html <br />Ways to Count the Number of Obs in a dataset and pass it into a macro variable...<br />Well...there are many ways of getting the observation count into a macro variable...but there a few pros and cons in those methods...1. using sql with count(*)..  eg.         proc sql;              select count(*) into :macvar             from dsn;         quit; pros: simple to understand and develop cons: you need to read the dataset in its entirety which requires processing power here...2. datastep  eg.        data new;          set old nobs=num;          call symputx('macvar',num);       run;<br />Read more @ http://sastechies.blogspot.com/2009/11/ways-to-count-number-of-obs-in-dataset.html <br />SAS macro to split dataset by the number of Observations specified<br />Suppose there was a large dataset....This SAS macro program splits the dataset by the number of observations mentioned...macro name%split(DatasetName, No ofobservation to split by)/* creating a dataset with 100000 observations*/<br />data dsn;<br />do i=1 to 100000;<br />output;<br />end;<br />run;<br />%macro split(dsn,splitby);<br />data _null_;<br />set &dsn nobs=num;<br />Read more @ http://sastechies.blogspot.com/2009/11/sas-macro-to-split-dataset-by-number-of.html <br />SAS macro to reorder dataset variables in alphabetic order...<br />How do you reorder variables in a dataset...I get this many a times.... <br />Here's a macro for you to achieve it...For example I've used a dataset sashelp.flags and created some more variables with variety of variables with names upper / lower cases and _'s to demonstrate the reorder macro....   Please try this macro for yourself and let me know your suggestions....<br /> <br />/* Example dataset with variety of variable names */ <br /> <br />data flags; <br />set sashelp.flags; <br />a=2; <br />b=4; <br />Read more @ http://sastechies.blogspot.com/2009/11/sas-macro-to-reorder-dataset-variables.html<br />Use SAS function Propcase() to streamline Google Contacts<br />You might think I am crazy...but I have been using this macro for a long time to fix some contacts in my Google Contacts...I get a little irritated when I can't find a particular person by email...so I wrote this macro...This macro takes for Input a .csv file that is exported from Google Contacts and outputs a file that is ready to be imported to Google Contacts....often I wanted to have Names in the proper case...Try it yourself and let me know if it needs any tweaks...Propcase in SAS Documentation.<br />%macro organizeGoogleContacts(infile,outfile);<br />/*Import your contacts into SAS */ <br />data googlegroups;<br />infile " &infile" dlm=',' dsd lrecl=32767 firstobs=2;<br />Read more @ http://sastechies.blogspot.com/2009/11/use-sas-function-propcase-to-streamline.html <br /> SAS Macro to Create a delimited text file from a SAS dataset...<br />A document that discusses SAS Macro to Create a delimited text file from a SAS data set.. <br />options mprint;<br /> <br />data one;<br />  input id name :$20. amount ;<br />  date=today();<br />  format amount dollar10.2 <br />           date mmddyy10.;<br />  label id=" Customer ID Number" ;<br />datalines;<br />1 Grant   57.23<br />2 Michael 45.68<br />3 Tammy   53.21<br />;<br />Read more @ http://sastechies.blogspot.com/2009/11/sas-macro-to-create-delimited-text-file.html <br />SAS Macro to split a dataset into multiple datasets vertically with a common primary key<br />This macro splits a dataset to multiple datasets vertically with a common primary key. For eg, a dataset has 400 fields and 20,000 records. If we can split the dataset into two, with 200 fields and 20,000 records in each dataset with a common field like loan number as primary key would be helpful to load the details for analysis.<br /> <br />/**<br />To be called like this...<br />%splitdsnverticallykey(dsn,varperdsn,keyvars=);<br />eg. %splitdsnverticallykey(sashelp.vtable,4,keyvars=memname libname);<br /> <br />Where -----------<br /> <br />dsn - libname.datasetname to be split<br />varperdsn - How many vars per dsn excluding the key variables<br />keyvars - specify the primary key variables<br />*/ <br />Read more @ http://sastechies.blogspot.com/2009/11/sas-macro-to-split-dataset-into.html <br />SAS Macro that reads the filenames available at a particular directory on any FTP server (i.e. Windows Network Drive/Unix/Mainframe)<br />Here's a macro that reads the filenames available at a particular directory on any FTP server (i.e. Windows Network Drive/Unix/Mainframe)...<br />For Windows network drives we use the Filename Pipe Statement<br />For Mainframe and Unix we use the FileName FTP protocol statement.<br />For further reference please refer to Filename statements in SAS Documentation.<br />First we need to create 2 Excel files <br />ServerList.xls – 3 columns with servertype | host | sourcedir<br />Read more @ http://sastechies.blogspot.com/2009/11/sas-macro-that-lists-files-at.html<br />

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