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samnam
Fluorite | Level 6

Hello

 

My question may sound simple; I am new in this area. I want to estimate the parameters for simultaneous equations using full information maximum likelihood and comparing these models by likelihood ratio statics. Someone knows which proc in SAS is proper for doing this?

 

Thank you for your availability

Best regards

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ChrisHemedinger
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Check the Frequently Asked Stats note on support.sas.com.  That will direct you to the right starting place (procs) for your needs.  If you have more specific questions as you dig in, post back in a new thread.

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ChrisHemedinger
Community Manager

Check the Frequently Asked Stats note on support.sas.com.  That will direct you to the right starting place (procs) for your needs.  If you have more specific questions as you dig in, post back in a new thread.

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samnam
Fluorite | Level 6

thank you so much, it was so helpful, proc model is applied for estimation the parameters in nonlinear Simultaneous system.

Ksharp
Super User

It seems it is a ETS problem. better post it at Forecast froum.

Check PROC MODEL .

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