Date: Mon, 2 Feb 1998 18:55:52 -0500
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From: Josh Sacco <josh@PILOT.MSU.EDU>
Subject: Re: var comp revisited
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At 04:23 PM 2/2/98 -0600, Nichols, David wrote:
>How many levels of the factors are there?
'E' is the subject number (around 1,000 subjects), 'D' has 4 levels, 'R'
has 3, 'P' has 6
>Principal Support Statistician and
>Manager of Statistical Support
>>From: Josh Sacco[SMTP:josh@PILOT.MSU.EDU]
>>Sent: Saturday, January 31, 1998 7:11 PM
>>Subject: var comp revisited
>>I'm using the following syntax:
>> y BY d e p r
>> /RANDOM = d e p r
>> /METHOD = REML
>> /CRITERIA = ITERATE(50)
>> /CRITERIA = CONVERGE(1.0E-8)
>> /PRINT = HISTORY (1)
>> /design=E D R P E*D E*R(p) E*P D*R(p) D*P E*D*R(p) E*D*P.
>>and am getting the following error:
>>The large number of columns in the design matrix will cause integer
>>The large number of columns may be due to too many levels in one or more
>>factors, or to higher-order interactions among factors with many levels. It
>>may also be due to too many factors.
>>This command not executed.
>>any ideas? using values of up to 175MB for the above memory setting didn't