Re: PROC GLIMMIX; dist=binary vs dist=binomial040 (3/4/2010 3:01:42 AM) comp.soft-sys.sas It is almost certainly related to a couple of other threads which have been posted to SAS-L recently - namely that slight differences in operations (which analytically are identical) result in floating point tr... stringplayer_2
Re: proc factor with missing data? #20186 (3/4/2010 12:02:28 AM) comp.soft-sys.sas --- On Wed, 3/3/10, Peter Flom wrote:
> From: Peter Flom
> Subject: Re: proc factor with missing data?
> To: SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU
> Date: Wednesday, March 3, 2010, 1:29 PM
> Dale McLerran
> wrote (... stringplayer_2
Re: proc factor with missing data?1208 (3/3/2010 8:30:39 PM) comp.soft-sys.sas Dennis,
I have not looked at the paper you suggested to determine what
was done using SPSS to perform a factor analysis in the presence
of missing data. However, a traditional way to perform a factor
Re: proc phreg with large dataset #2027 (3/3/2010 12:58:25 AM) comp.soft-sys.sas Robin is correct that the model presented by the original poster employs a changing risk set, and that the analysis will slow down considerably for such models. In a model with duration as the response time, t... stringplayer_2
Maximum value of a function5152 (12/21/2009 11:46:47 AM) comp.soft-sys.sas SAS-Lers,
Please help. My age is showing as well as my lack of use of my math backgro=
und. For the function p1 + 2(p2) + 3(p3) + 4(p4) + 6(p5) + 11(p6) + 16(p7)=
+ 21(p8) + 31(p9) + 41(p10) + 61(p11) +... Jim.S.Horne(38)
proc logistic: 'out of memory'1236 (1/7/2010 3:01:07 PM) comp.soft-sys.sas hello.
i just started a job at BU. i am running proc logistic on a dataset with
160,000 observations (80,000 cases and 80,000 controls) - and am receiving
an 'out of memory' message. here is the code that... christinepeloquin1
Notes produced from proc mixed1196 (1/20/2010 3:12:45 AM) comp.soft-sys.sas Hi everyone.
I'm currently doing a 3-level multilevel model and wanting to know if
it is still correct to report the result despite the below notes
produced. If not, do I have to respecify my model?
proc phreg with large dataset2205 (3/2/2010 3:50:09 PM) comp.soft-sys.sas hello.
i am running PROC PHREG on a dataset with 600,000 observations. it is going
very slowly and i have yet to get a result.
my code is:
proc phreg data=outf.fro_analysis_2_female nosummary;
Quantile regression1212 (3/5/2010 1:43:38 AM) comp.soft-sys.sas Hi all,
I am trying to do quantile regression with data from a survey. Each record
has sampling weight to represent the whole population. I am just wondering
if PROC QUANTREG can be used for the survey dat... pakcha(3)