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Phil_NZ
Barite | Level 11

Hi all SAS Users,

Have a nice week,

 

Today I want to run PROC REG with a subsample, I know one way is to create a subsample and run PROC REG, but I wondering if there is any way to run directly in PROC REG procedure without another data step for creating a subsample.

 

My code of running for the WHOLE sample as below:

proc reg data=merge_treat_con_copy;
	model wINV_DAY= pt wFIRM_SIZE LNGDP UNEMPLOYMENT  INFLATION 
		wTANGIBILITY FCF wLOG_MVE wCAP_INT wGRO_MAR/ tol vif collin;
run;

Now I want to run where INDC3="RTLS".

 

Can you please hint me to sort it out?

Warmest regards and thanks,

Phil.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you for your help, have a fabulous and productive day! I am a novice today, but someday when I accumulate enough knowledge, I can help others in my capacity.
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Tom
Super User Tom
Super User

@Phil_NZ wrote:

Hi all SAS Users,

Have a nice week,

 

Today I want to run PROC REG with a subsample, I know one way is to create a subsample and run PROC REG, but I wondering if there is any way to run directly in PROC REG procedure without another data step for creating a subsample.

 

My code of running for the WHOLE sample as below:

proc reg data=merge_treat_con_copy;
	model wINV_DAY= pt wFIRM_SIZE LNGDP UNEMPLOYMENT  INFLATION 
		wTANGIBILITY FCF wLOG_MVE wCAP_INT wGRO_MAR/ tol vif collin;
run;

Now I want to run where INDC3="RTLS".

 

Can you please hint me to sort it out?

Warmest regards and thanks,

Phil.

 


Your question includes the answer.  Just use a WHERE statement.

where INDC3="RTLS";

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PaigeMiller
Diamond | Level 26
proc reg data=merge_treat_con_copy(where=(indc3='RTLS'));
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Paige Miller
Tom
Super User Tom
Super User

@Phil_NZ wrote:

Hi all SAS Users,

Have a nice week,

 

Today I want to run PROC REG with a subsample, I know one way is to create a subsample and run PROC REG, but I wondering if there is any way to run directly in PROC REG procedure without another data step for creating a subsample.

 

My code of running for the WHOLE sample as below:

proc reg data=merge_treat_con_copy;
	model wINV_DAY= pt wFIRM_SIZE LNGDP UNEMPLOYMENT  INFLATION 
		wTANGIBILITY FCF wLOG_MVE wCAP_INT wGRO_MAR/ tol vif collin;
run;

Now I want to run where INDC3="RTLS".

 

Can you please hint me to sort it out?

Warmest regards and thanks,

Phil.

 


Your question includes the answer.  Just use a WHERE statement.

where INDC3="RTLS";
Reeza
Super User
  1. Data set option of WHERE
  2. WHERE in the data step
  3. Creation of a view, which doesn't create the view until you run it. 

1 & 2 are available in almost ALL process in SAS. 

 

You've seen examples of all in the past few months so I assume you know how to code them. 

 


@Phil_NZ wrote:

Hi all SAS Users,

Have a nice week,

 

Today I want to run PROC REG with a subsample, I know one way is to create a subsample and run PROC REG, but I wondering if there is any way to run directly in PROC REG procedure without another data step for creating a subsample.

 

My code of running for the WHOLE sample as below:

proc reg data=merge_treat_con_copy;
	model wINV_DAY= pt wFIRM_SIZE LNGDP UNEMPLOYMENT  INFLATION 
		wTANGIBILITY FCF wLOG_MVE wCAP_INT wGRO_MAR/ tol vif collin;
run;

Now I want to run where INDC3="RTLS".

 

Can you please hint me to sort it out?

Warmest regards and thanks,

Phil.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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