As the first step in the decommissioning of the site has been converted to read-only mode.

Here are some tips for How to share your SAS knowledge with your professional network.

%MAKE IT COUNT: An Example Macro for Dynamic Table Programming

From sasCommunity
Jump to: navigation, search

%MAKE_IT_COUNT: An Example Macro for Dynamic Table Programming
presented by Britney Gilbert, Juniper Tree Consulting

This paper presents a macro for dynamic table reporting.

Today there is more pressure on programmers to deliver summary outputs faster without sacrificing quality. By using just a few programming strategies, the %MAKE_IT_COUNT macro is simple, straightforward to understand and easily adapted for changing reporting needs. This presentation shares an example macro and explores the use of MULTILABEL and PRELOADED formats, PROC SUMMARY options and dynamic ARRAYs.

Presented at the SAS Users of Oregon Conference 2014 in Portland, OR.
Find more SOSUG presentations, as well as other tips, tricks, and tools created by or recommended by SOSUG members here.