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08-02-2010 02:44 AM

Good day,

I have been struggling for a while trying to get this program to work. It keeps on giving me the error: Error (Execution) Matrix has not been set to a value. I am trying to generate a sample space from n observations and repeating it g times. My aim is to find the beta hat parameters and to place them into a results (rst) matrix.

Could someone be so kind as to point out where I am going wrong?

This is the code:

proc iml;

n = 200;

k = 3;

g = 30;

do it = 1 to g ;

/*x = J(n,k,1) ;

u = J(n,1,99999) ;

y = J(n,1,99999) ;*/

sd = J(n,1,0);

rst = J(n,1,99999);

do i= 1 to n;

x2 = ranuni(sd)*100+100;

x3 = ranuni(sd)*50+150;

u = rannor(sd)*100;

y = 100+3*x2+15*x3+u;

x = J(n,1,1) || x2 || x3;

end;

bh = inv(x`*x)*x`*y;

print bh;

rst[i,] = bh`;

print rst;

end;

quit; Message was edited by: Reytla

I have been struggling for a while trying to get this program to work. It keeps on giving me the error: Error (Execution) Matrix has not been set to a value. I am trying to generate a sample space from n observations and repeating it g times. My aim is to find the beta hat parameters and to place them into a results (rst) matrix.

Could someone be so kind as to point out where I am going wrong?

This is the code:

proc iml;

n = 200;

k = 3;

g = 30;

do it = 1 to g ;

/*x = J(n,k,1) ;

u = J(n,1,99999) ;

y = J(n,1,99999) ;*/

sd = J(n,1,0);

rst = J(n,1,99999);

do i= 1 to n;

x2 = ranuni(sd)*100+100;

x3 = ranuni(sd)*50+150;

u = rannor(sd)*100;

y = 100+3*x2+15*x3+u;

x = J(n,1,1) || x2 || x3;

end;

bh = inv(x`*x)*x`*y;

print bh;

rst[i,] = bh`;

print rst;

end;

quit; Message was edited by: Reytla

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08-02-2010 04:10 AM

I've sorted it out. Thanks all the same!