Getting a ERROR: Procedure CAPABILITY not found.

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Getting a ERROR: Procedure CAPABILITY not found.

Hello I am trying to run a probability plot but I am getting the error below.  Please note code below as well.  Any ideas?  Thanks!!

 

82 * Normal Probability Plot;
83 title 'Normal Probability Plot for Independent Variable X1';
84 proc capability data=hatco noprint;
ERROR: Procedure CAPABILITY not found.
85 specs lsl=9.5 usl=10.5;

 

* Normal Probability Plot;
title 'Normal Probability Plot for Independent Variable X1';
proc capability data=hatco noprint;
specs lsl=9.5 usl=10.5;
ppplot x1 / normal(mu=est sigma=est)
square
odstitle=title
nospeclegend;
run;


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‎02-27-2018 04:43 PM
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Re: Getting a ERROR: Procedure CAPABILITY not found.

Posted in reply to MRatchford

PROC CAPABILITY is part of SAS/QC.  Run:

 

proc product_status; run;

 

To see if you should expect QC procedures to work.  If using SAS University Edition, SAS/QC is not part of that environment.

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‎02-27-2018 04:43 PM
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Re: Getting a ERROR: Procedure CAPABILITY not found.

Posted in reply to MRatchford

PROC CAPABILITY is part of SAS/QC.  Run:

 

proc product_status; run;

 

To see if you should expect QC procedures to work.  If using SAS University Edition, SAS/QC is not part of that environment.

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Re: Getting a ERROR: Procedure CAPABILITY not found.

Posted in reply to ChrisHemedinger

Thank you Chris.  It makes sense.  I run the product_status and SAS/QC is not part of it.  Yes, I am running SAS Univ Edition.

 

So the question now is:  in order to check the normality of the variables, besides drawing the historgrams, what other proc can I run that gives me the normality check?   Also, how can I get the the line of the bell curve drawn over the histogram?

Thanks again,

Melva

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Re: Getting a ERROR: Procedure CAPABILITY not found.

Posted in reply to MRatchford

Univariate or Multivariate?  Check PROC UNIVARIATE for one, and refer to Rick's post about multivariate.  The PROC CORR example looks like a simple first step, and Rick also mentions the %MULTINORM macro.

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