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output tables from proc glm

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Hello all!

 

The below pasted default output tables for Proc GLM /repeated  is annoyin me and I can't seem to figure out how to run the GLM's without the talbe....  Does anyone know how to stop this from appearing???

 

Thanks all !!

 

 

 

"MANOVA Test Criteria and Exact F Statistics for the Hypothesis of no FEEDBACK*z_DERS_IMPULSE Effect
H = Type III SSCP Matrix for FEEDBACK*z_DERS_IMPULSE
E = Error SSCP Matrix"

S=1 M=-0.5 N=33.5 Statistic Value F Value Num DF Den DF Pr > F
Wilks' Lambda................
Pillai's Trace.............
Hotelling-Lawley Trace..................
Roy's Greatest Root................

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‎07-25-2016 01:42 PM
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Re: output tables from proc glm

I believe that is the MultStat table, which is produced by default when you use the MANOVA statement. You can omit the MANOVA statement, or you can use ODS EXCLUDE to suppress that table:

 

ods exclude MultStat;

proc glm data=...;

MANOVA ...;

etc;

quit;

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‎07-25-2016 01:42 PM
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Re: output tables from proc glm

I believe that is the MultStat table, which is produced by default when you use the MANOVA statement. You can omit the MANOVA statement, or you can use ODS EXCLUDE to suppress that table:

 

ods exclude MultStat;

proc glm data=...;

MANOVA ...;

etc;

quit;

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Re: output tables from proc glm

NICE.  ACTUALLY, I'M NOT USING A "MANOVA" STATEMENT AT ALL, IT'S JUST DEFAULT FOR ANYTHING WITH A "REPEATED" STATEMENT MAYBE?

 

ANYWAY, IT WORKED WHEN I WROTE:

 

ODS EXCLUDE MULTSTAT(PERSIST);

 

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THANKS SOOOOOO MUCH.  THAT WAS SO ANNOYING.

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Re: output tables from proc glm

Glad it worked. In general, you can use ODS TRACE ON to figure out the names of the ODS tables, and then use ODS exclude to suppress the table. See the article "Find the ODS table names produced by any SAS procedure."

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Re: output tables from proc glm

Add the statement 

 

ods exclude multstat(PERSIST);

 

before PROC GLM and 

 

ods exclude none;

 

after the run; statement.

 

 

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