Based on the following code: proc print data=pg1.storm_final; var Season Name MaxWindMPH…
Based on the following code: proc print data=pg1.storm_final; var Season Name MaxWindMPH MinPressure StartDate StormLength; run; 1. Add a PROC SORT step before PROC PRINT to sort PG1.STORM_FINAL by BasinName and descending MaxWindMPH. Create a temporary table named STORM_SORT. Filter the rows to include only MaxWindMPH>156. (10 marks) 2. Modify the PROC PRINT step to read the STORM_SORT table and group the report by BasinName. (3 marks) 3. Add the following title: Category 5 Storms. Clear the title for future results. (2 marks) 4. Add labels for the following columns and ensure that PROC PRINT displays the labels: a. MaxWindMPH => Max Wind (MPH) b. MinPressure => Min Pressure c. StartDate => Start Date d. StormLength => Length of Storm (days) 5. Add the NOOBS option in the PROC PRINT statement to suppress the OBS column. Highlight the demo program and run the selected code.
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