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clim072
Fluorite | Level 6

Dear all,

 

I need to run tonnes of cox model. I want to get the hazard ratio for expo_&var. below. Ideally i would like to output the hazard ratios into a dataset. Do correct me if i am wrong:  I read the guide for PROC SURVEYPHREG, the keyword for output statement is quite limited and there are no options to save the hazard ratios into a dataset?  Any input would be greatly appreciated.

 

Here are the codes:

PROC SURVEYPHREG DATA = new2;
       CLUSTER clus;
        STRATA str;
        WEIGHT &weight;        
        MODEL (start,stop)*censor_&var.(0)      =      &country    
                                                age18_29      age30_44        age45_59
                                                sexf
                                                expo_&var./ RISKLIMIT TIES = EFRON;
RUN;

 

      
 

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Astounding
PROC Star

Add this statement before you run the PROC step:

 

ods trace on;

 

This will name all the pieces of output that could be available if you choose to capture them.  Whichever one looks right, use an ODS OUTPUT statement to transfer the values to a SAS data set.  It may take some fiddling, but all pieces of output are available and can be captured in a SAS data set if you use ODS.  (You will need to re-run the program, once you have added the proper ODS OUTPUT statement.)

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Astounding
PROC Star

Add this statement before you run the PROC step:

 

ods trace on;

 

This will name all the pieces of output that could be available if you choose to capture them.  Whichever one looks right, use an ODS OUTPUT statement to transfer the values to a SAS data set.  It may take some fiddling, but all pieces of output are available and can be captured in a SAS data set if you use ODS.  (You will need to re-run the program, once you have added the proper ODS OUTPUT statement.)

clim072
Fluorite | Level 6
Thanks it works now. 🙂

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