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Date:         Sat, 30 Apr 2005 09:52:33 -0700
Reply-To:     shiling99@YAHOO.COM
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From:         shiling99@YAHOO.COM
Subject:      Re: caluating predicted value(outsample)
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You may append you forecast x's values into the data set. The program will spit out a fitted/project value for any given x value when y is missing. Take a look the following example.

Another way is to save all parms into a table then calculate all forecasts in a data step. I believe you can save parms via ODS.


data t1; do i = 1 to 30; x=rannor(123); y=2+3*x+rannor(123); if i>=25 then y=.; output; end; run;

proc glm data=t1; model y=x; output out=t2 p=py r=err; quit;

proc print; run; luckyalis wrote: > Thank you so much! but I need to calculate the predicted value using > outsample. > That is the obs. not in the original sample which come up the estimated > model. > Can you help me and tell where I can find the documents? > > Thank you so much!!!! Much appreciated! > > puzzelalis

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