Posts Tagged ‘ Statistical Programming ’

How to fit a variety of logistic regression models in SAS

May 23, 2016
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SAS software can fit many different kinds of regression models. In fact a common question on the SAS Support Communities is "how do I fit a <name> regression model in SAS?" And within that category, the most frequent questions involve how to fit various logistic regression models in SAS. There

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Rolling statistics in SAS/IML

February 3, 2016
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Last week I showed how to use PROC EXPAND to compute moving averages and other rolling statistics in SAS. Unfortunately, PROC EXPAND is part of SAS/ETS software and not every SAS site has a license for SAS/ETS. For simple moving averages, you can write a DATA step program, as discussed

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Banking to 45 degrees: Aspect ratios for time series plots

January 20, 2016
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Banking to 45 degrees: Aspect ratios for time series plots

In SAS, the aspect ratio of a graph is the physical height of the graph divided by the physical width. Recently I demonstrated how to set the aspect ratio of graphs in SAS by using the ASPECT= option in PROC SGPLOT or by using the OVERLAYEQUATED statement in the Graph

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Twelve posts from 2015 that deserve a second look

January 11, 2016
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I began 2016 by compiling a list of popular articles from my blog in 2015. This "People's Choice" list contains many interesting articles, but some of my personal favorites did not make the list. Today I present the "Editor's Choice" list of articles that deserve a second look. I've grouped

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Extracting elements from a matrix: rows, columns, submatrices, and indices

November 25, 2015
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Extracting elements from a matrix: rows, columns, submatrices, and indices

A matrix is a convenient way to store an array of numbers. However, often you need to extract certain elements from a matrix. The SAS/IML language aupports two ways to extract elements: by using subscripts or by using indices. Use subscripts when you are extracting a rectangular portion of a

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Can’t find that data? Search all variables in all data sets

November 2, 2015
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Can’t find that data? Search all variables in all data sets

Sometimes I can't remember where I put things. If I lose my glasses or garden tools, I am out of luck. But when I can't remember where I put some data, I have SAS to help me find it. When I can remember the name of the data set, my

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Exact tests in PROC FREQ: What, when, and how

October 26, 2015
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Did you know that the FREQ procedure in SAS can compute exact p-values for more than 20 statistical tests and statistics that are associated with contingency table? Mamma mia! That's a veritable smorgasbord of options! Some of the tests are specifically for one-way tables or 2 x 2 tables, but many apply

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Plot the conditional distribution of the response in a linear regression model

September 10, 2015
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Plot the conditional distribution of the response in a linear regression model

A friend who teaches courses about statistical regression asked me how to create a graph in SAS that illustrates an important concept: the conditional distribution of the response variable. The basic idea is to draw a scatter plot with a regression line, then overlay several probability distributions along the line,

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