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jacob_klimek
Obsidian | Level 7

Hi,

 

I am running using proc logistic to get a propensity score to then match individuals from groups to create comparison groups. In the proc logistic output I want to ONLY see the Analysis of MLE table because I am eventually only going to export that to Excel.

 

These are the current specifications I have:

 

proc logistic data=test_a descending;

class female;

model test=p_total_ab age65_older female

/ SELECTION=stepwise RISKLIMITS LACKFIT RSQUARE PARMLABEL;

output out=propensity_scores

prob= prob;

run;

 

Again, the question I have is how to isolate the Analysis of MLE table to only output that. I understand noprint doesn't print anything, but I want the MLE table.

 

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ballardw
Super User

The ODS Select option will select specific output objects.

 

Use:

 

ODS Trace on;

<your procedure code>

ODS Trace off;

 

to identify the output objects created so you you have the Name of the object you want to select.

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ballardw
Super User

The ODS Select option will select specific output objects.

 

Use:

 

ODS Trace on;

<your procedure code>

ODS Trace off;

 

to identify the output objects created so you you have the Name of the object you want to select.

FreelanceReinh
Jade | Level 19

In other words: Just execute the following statement immediately before your PROC LOGISTIC step:

ods select ParameterEstimates;

 

jacob_klimek
Obsidian | Level 7

For some reason only the path (Logistic.ParameterEstimates;  ) works, but thanks!

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