Date: Mon, 22 Jul 2002 13:12:12 +0200
Reply-To: Annette <anne5432@UNI.DE>
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From: Annette <anne5432@UNI.DE>
Subject: How to interpret ASEs in PROC FREQ output
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I forward this question from a friend of mine. I wasn't too sure about the
exact answer: "How could I interpret the ASEs of the MEASURES option in the
PROC FREQ output? ASE does not mean significance, does it? How comes that
PROC FREQ gives out : Pearson Correlation r=0.1383 and p=
0.0394, while the PEARSON coefficient (calculated by PROC CORR) results in
r=0.13828 and p=0.0007 for the same data. Why are the Ps different? Has it
to do with the ASE? Effective sample size is identical. Thank you".