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Anirudh9
Obsidian | Level 7

My code looks like this:-

 

proc optmodel;

/*rest of my code */

solve;

print z;

print x;

print y;

 

 

When I run this I see the results as a report. I want z, x, y as a SAS table instead. z, x, y

 

I tried using

 

 

optmodel printlevel=2;
   ods output PrintTable=expt ProblemSummary=exps DerivMethods=exdm 
              SolverOptions=exso SolutionSummary=exss OptStatistics=exos;

 

 

 

but it only showed the table for z and not for x and y

 

 

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RobPratt
SAS Super FREQ

Here are three ways.

 

1. Use only one PRINT statement:

print z x y;

 

2. Use three PrintTable= options:

PrintTable=expt PrintTable#2=expt2 PrintTable#3=expt3

 

3. Omit the ODS statement and instead use CREATE DATA:

create data expt from z x y;

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RobPratt
SAS Super FREQ

Here are three ways.

 

1. Use only one PRINT statement:

print z x y;

 

2. Use three PrintTable= options:

PrintTable=expt PrintTable#2=expt2 PrintTable#3=expt3

 

3. Omit the ODS statement and instead use CREATE DATA:

create data expt from z x y;
Anirudh9
Obsidian | Level 7
Awesome! I tried option 2, it worked like a charm!

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