Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2009 16:55:07 -0500
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From: Gene Maguin <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: reading ANOVA output
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This is a very incomplete and inadequate reply but it will get you started
correctly. Review the OMS-related commands in the syntax reference manual.
Basically, you will write a block of syntax beginning with an OMS command
and ending with an OMSEND command that will output designated data. However,
you may need to process the output further to get exactly what you want for
the 400 tables. But start there. Others are experts with this and can give
>>I have an ANOVA table as the result from GLM/variance components analysis.
How can I read or output 2~3 numbers (of the Mean Square column) from this
table to a new file. Since I will generate 400 such ANOVA tables in the same
way and read out same variable from each table.
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