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Posted 12-16-2020 06:17 PM
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Can anyone tell me what the following line of code does:

X1=X;

do i=1 to 24;

do k=1 to 4;

X[,indices[i,k]+1]=shape(0,nrow(X1),1);

end;

end;

X is a 200 row by 5 column matrix of 1's and 0's.

indices is a 24 row by 4 column matrix with the numbers 1 to 4 in different order for each row.

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This is the entire code that someone wrote. It's just the shape function that doesn't make sense to me.

%macro averageAF (out, riskfactors, data);

proc logistic data=&data descending outdesign=_design_ outest=_model_ noprint;

model &out = &riskfactors;

run;

%let vars=1;

%let names=;

%do %while (%Qscan(&riskfactors,&vars) ne );

%let names=&&names %Qscan(&riskfactors,&vars);

%let vars=%eval(&vars+1);

%end;

%let vars=%eval(&vars-1);

%put &names;

data _design_;

set _design_;

if nmiss(of &riskfactors)=0 and nmiss(of &out)=0;

run;

data _indices_;

drop i perms;

array x (&vars) (1:&vars);

perms=fact(&vars);

/*vars=4 and perms=24*/

do i=1 to perms;

call allperm(i, of x(*));

output;

end;

run;

proc iml;

use _design_;

read all var {intercept &riskfactors} into X;

close _design_;

use _model_;

read var {intercept &riskfactors} into beta;

close _model_;

use _indices_;

read all var _num_ into indices;

close _indices_;

start pp(pcases,X,beta);

pcases=sum(1/(1+exp(-X*beta`)));

finish;

run pp(pcases,X,beta);

print (pcases);

pred_cases_m=shape(.,nrow(indices),&vars); /*24 rows , 4 columns*/

prev_cases_m=shape(.,nrow(indices),&vars); /*24 rows , 4 columns*/

X1=X;

do i=1 to nrow(indices); /*24*/

do k=1 to &vars; /*4*/

print (indices[i,k]);

X[,indices[i,k]+1]=shape(0,nrow(X1),1);

pred_cases_m[i,k]=sum(1/(1+exp(-X*beta`)));

print (pred_cases_m[i,k]);

end;

X=X1;

end;

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The code does not make much sense to me. The SHAPE function is being used to generate a vector of zeros and then that vector is being copied repeateadly into columns 2 to 5 of X. I believe the one line

`X [ , 2:5] = 0;`

would have the same effect as the double loop. But you need to test this out - try printing the matrix X before and after.

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