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Re: how to output number of missing values of a text variable on #3

One more think I do not know about SQL.  There are so many.

On 10/22/08, Haris <Karovaldas@gmail.com> wrote:
> Good one, Data _Null_, NMISS function seems to work equally well for
> NUM and CHAR variables and eliminates the need for SUM!  Runs faster
> too!
>
> proc sql;
>  select catx(' ','nmiss(',name,') as', name)
>     into :syntax separated by ", "
>     from dictionary.columns
>     where Libname = "WORK" AND MemName = "MISSING" ;
>
>  %put NOTE: GENERATED SYNTAX: %bquote(&syntax);
>
>  title 'Missing' ;
>  select &Syntax
>     from Missing;
> quit;
>
> On Oct 21, 5:30 pm, iebup...@GMAIL.COM ("./ ADD NAME=Data _null_,")
> wrote:
> > Using the MISSING function this can be simplified somewhat.
> >
> > proc sql;
> >    select catx(' ','sum(missing(',name,')) as', name)
> >       into :syntax separated by ", "
> >       from dictionary.columns
> >       where Libname = "WORK" AND MemName = "MISSING" ;
> >    %put NOTE: GENERATED SYNTAX: %bquote(&syntax);
> >    select &Syntax
> >       from Missing;
> >    quit;
> >
> > On 10/21/08, Haris <Karoval...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > > How about something like this:
> >
> > > data missing ;
> > >  input a 1 b$ 3 c 5 ;
> > >  cards ;
> > > 1 a     1
> > > 2 . 2
> > > 3 a .
> > > . a 4
> > > 5 a 5
> > > 6 . .
> > > . a 7
> > > 8 a .
> > > 9 . 9
> > > ;
> >
> > > proc sql ;
> > >        select case
> > >                when type='num'  then 'sum(' || name || '= . ) as '  || name
> > >                when type='char' then 'sum(' || name || "= '' ) as " || name
> > >          end
> > >                into :syntax separated by ", "
> > >        from dictionary.columns
> > >        where Libname = "WORK" AND MemName = "MISSING" ;
> > > quit ;
> >
> > > proc sql ;
> > >        select &Syntax
> > >        from Missing ;
> > > quit ;
>
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Re: how to output number of missing values of a text variable on
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Re: how to output number of missing values of a text variable on #4
On Wed, 22 Oct 2008 07:44:17 -0700, Haris <Karovaldas@GMAIL.COM> wrote: >Good one, Data _Null_, NMISS function seems to work equally well for >NUM and CHAR variables Not just NMISS. Also N, MAX, and MIN. But that's only in PROC SQL, and only when the functions are applied vertically (that is, with a single argument to be evaluated for each row in the source or each row in the GROUP BY segment). When these functions are used outside PROC SQL, or inside PROC SQL with two or more arguments, they accept only numeric arguments. >and eliminates the need for SUM! Runs faster too! > >proc sql; > select catx(' ','nmiss(',name,') as', name) > into :syntax separated by ", " > from dictionary.columns > where Libname = "WORK" AND MemName = "MISSING" ; > > %put NOTE: GENERATED SYNTAX: %bquote(&syntax); > > title 'Missing' ; > select &Syntax > from Missing; >quit; > >On Oct 21, 5:30 pm, iebup...@GMAIL.COM ("./ ADD NAME=Data _null_,") >wrote: >> Using the MISSING function this can be simplified somewhat. >> >> proc sql; >> select catx(' ','sum(missing(',name,')) as', name) >> into :syntax separated by ", " >> from dictionary.columns >> where Libname = "WORK" AND MemName = "MISSING" ; >> %put NOTE: GE...

Re: how to output number of missing values of a text variable on #2
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