Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2004 04:18:45 -0400
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From: Subscribe Sas-L Anonymous <susi_i@HOTMAIL.COM>
Subject: Re: Orthogonal regression?
Just read the posts here about orthogonal regression....
I need to perform this in order to obtain the slope for use in a device
It has been suggested that I use PROC CALLIS, but I don't really understand
the methodology. The PROC PRINCOMP code and output looks easier to
understand, however I don't know how to obtain the slope from this, and
don't have access to the book mentioned by Paige in the previous post.
Can anyone help?
On Thu, 5 Jun 2003 08:34:04 -0400, Paige Miller <paige.miller@KODAK.COM>
>> Hello all,
>> I am trying to figure out how to do an orthogonal regression with two
>> variables in base SAS. The goal is to identify which sample points
>> fall outside of certain standard deviation bands (say, +/- 1 SD) as
>> measured by the perpendicular distance to a regression line. My
>> variables X and Y are in the same units.
>> I understand that PROC ORTHOREG is not designed to do this. On my
>> data set, it produces essentially the same slope and intercept as PROC
>The orthogonal regression line can be determined from the first
>principal component, therefore you will need PROC PRINCOMP and some
>additional calcs that you will have to write yourself. The details can
>be found in Jackson, J. E. (1991) "A User's Guide to Principal
>Components", John Wiley and Sons, NY. See Chapter 15. Please note that
>formula 15.2.4 is incorrect due to typographical error.
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