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How to conduct Fixed Effects Analysis

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How to conduct Fixed Effects Analysis

I'm trying to conduct a one-way fixed effects analysis.  My data is below.  I read that I need to start by coding every observation with a dummy code, for example if "id=1 then subj_1=1 if id=2 then subj_2=2", etc. Is that something I do in a data step?  And then how do I run the Fixed Effects analysis using PROC PANEL  once I've done that.

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82

  1. 1.80829

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83

  1. 1.86342

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85

  1. 1.78937

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  1. 1.84653

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  1. 1.85645

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82

  1. 1.28093

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83

  1. 1.51586

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  1. 1.93017

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  1. 1.91903

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88

  1. 2.20097

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82

  1. 1.81483

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  1. 1.91991

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  1. 1.95838

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  1. 2.00707

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88

  1. 2.08985

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Re: How to conduct Fixed Effects Analysis

Oops, I forgot to mention that my dummy variables are if/then statements.  If id=1 then subj_1=1, else subj_1=0. 

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