Date: Mon, 30 Dec 2002 08:46:08 -0500
Reply-To: Carol Gosselin <clgossel@GW.FIS.NCSU.EDU>
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From: Carol Gosselin <clgossel@GW.FIS.NCSU.EDU>
Subject: Re: ODS output For estimated parameters
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The ODS TRACE statement placed just before your PROC MIXED step will
show you which objects are being created for the combination of options
you are using in your PROC MIXED. You can then select the appropriate
objects to be put to datasets as described in David's email below. Be
sure to turn the ODS TRACE off after using it.
Carol L. Gosselin
Applications Analyst Programmer II
University Planning and Analysis
Box 7002, 201 Peele Hall
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC 27695-7002
>>> "David L. Cassell" <Cassell.David@EPAMAIL.EPA.GOV> 12/20/02 04:23PM
"Elmaache, Hamani" <Hamani.Elmaache@CCRA-ADRC.GC.CA> wrote:
> I'm using PROC MIXED and I want to keep the estimated parameters in
> I know that's some like
> ODS output parametersetim???
> Casn some body help?
The list of ODS tables is in the online docs for every proc.
If you don't have access to the online docs due to inconsiderate
network or system practices, then you can always go to SAS itself
and get access to the online docs through their website. A quick
free registration will give you months of access. Try:
In the short run, I'll guess about precisely what you want:
ods output ModelInfo=YourDataSetNameHere;
ods output Coefficients=AnotherDataSet;
/* for this you will need the E option on the MODEL statement */
Given the flexibility of the MIXED procedure, you may not want either
of these, and you may have to look through the docs to find the table
you *do* want.
David Cassell, CSC
Senior computing specialist