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05-17-2014 05:23 AM

Hi everyone!

Could someone help me to create loop (or different approach) which would compute correlations over years?

have:

year, error, error_L,

1990,0.3,

1991,0.5,0.3,

1992,0.7,0.5,

1993,0.4,0.7,

1994,0.1,0.4,

1995,0.2,0.1,

1996,0.3,0.2,

1997,0.6,0.3,

1998,0.5,0.6,

1999,0.0,0.5,

want:

year, error(t), error_L(t-1), corr (error(t),error(t-1))

1990,0.3,

1991,0.5,0.3,

1992,0.7,0.5,

1993,0.4,0.7,

1994,0.1,0.4,

1995,0.2,0.1,

1996,0.3,0.2,

1997,0.6,0.3,

1998,0.5,0.6,

1999,0.0,0.5,

Thank you in advance!

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05-17-2014
10:42 AM

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Posted in reply to MattvanPallen

05-17-2014 10:42 AM

I think you can get it by adding one more proc append for pvalues.

proc append base=Rollingpvalues data=p_value force;run;

Thanks,

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Posted in reply to MattvanPallen

05-17-2014 08:49 AM

Hi! I have founded and modified the following macro to get the result (please find below).

Could someone be so kind and tell me how still can get p-values for the statistics?

Thank you?

%Macro Mattcorr;

%Do FromYear=1983 %to 2012;

%Let ToYear=%sysevalf(&FromYear.+1);

proc corr data=havenoprint outp=outp(where=(_type_="CORR" and

_Name_="FE") rename=(FE_L=Pearson));

where &FromYear.<=year<=&ToYear.;

var FE FE_L;

run;

data outp;

length Set $20.;

set outp;

Set="&FromYear.<=year<=&ToYear.";

keep Set Pearson;

run;

proc append base=RollingCorrelations data=outp force;run;

%End;

%Mend;

proc delete data=RollingCorrelations;run;

%Mattcorr;

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Posted in reply to MattvanPallen

05-17-2014 09:08 AM

Let me just mention that p-value is given by:

pvalue=2*(1-probt(abs(corr/sqrt(1-(corr*corr))

*sqrt(n-2)),n-2));

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Posted in reply to MattvanPallen

05-17-2014 09:15 AM

Put given below before proc corr

ods output PearsonCorr=p_value;

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Posted in reply to stat_sas

05-17-2014 09:26 AM

Do you mean...?

%Macro Mattcorr;

%Do FromYear=1983 %to 2012;

%Let ToYear=%sysevalf(&FromYear.+1);

** ods output PearsonCorr=p_value;**

proc corr data=Statystka2 noprint outp=outp(where=(_type_="CORR" and

_Name_="FE") rename=(FE_L=Pearson));

where &FromYear.<=year<=&ToYear.;

var FE FE_L;

run;

data outp;

length Set $20.;

set outp;

Set="&FromYear.<=year<=&ToYear.";

keep Set Pearson p_value;

run;

proc append base=RollingCorrelations data=outp force;run;

%End;

%Mend;

Well I get...

WARNING: Output 'PearsonCorr' was not created. Make sure that the output object name, label, or

path is spelled correctly. Also, verify that the appropriate procedure options are used

to produce the requested output object. For example, verify that the NOPRINT option is

not used.

And still cannot see the p-value

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Posted in reply to MattvanPallen

05-17-2014 09:32 AM

Check this

WARNING: Output 'PearsonCorr' was not created. Make sure that the output object name, label, or

path is spelled correctly. Also, verify that the appropriate procedure options are used

to produce the requested output object. **For example, verify that the NOPRINT option is**

** not used.**

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Posted in reply to stat_sas

05-17-2014 10:21 AM

Ok. I get additional set with p-value.

Is it possible to get it in the set RollingCorrelations for each year?

Thank you!

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05-17-2014
10:42 AM

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Posted in reply to MattvanPallen

05-17-2014 10:42 AM

I think you can get it by adding one more proc append for pvalues.

proc append base=Rollingpvalues data=p_value force;run;

Thanks,