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06-16-2016 10:39 AM

Hello

I am asking for help which I want to explain in the following example:

I have data of 100 firms for the period 2000-2008. the data includes profit and No of directors for every firm.

I want to estimate a model that takes the profit data of years 2001,2003,2005,2007 directors data of the years 2000,2002,2004,2006.

Which functions in SAS I have to read in order to proceed with it

Thanks a lot!!!!

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06-16-2016
01:33 PM

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Posted in reply to yael

06-16-2016 11:33 AM

Here is an example where I model Weight as a function of Age, only for odd ages and use the model to estimate the weight of students of even ages.

```
data regClass;
set sashelp.class;
/* Decide which ages to include in the model */
includedAge = mod(age,2);
/* Copy only included weights, other will be set to missing */
if includedAge then regWeight = weight;
run;
/* Estimate the model, output predictions for all observations */
proc reg data=regClass plots=none;
model regWeight = age;
output out=predClass p=predWeight;
run;
proc sort data=predClass; by age; run;
proc sgplot data=predClass;
scatter x=age y=weight / group=includedAge;
series x=age y=predWeight;
run;
```

of course, proc reg is only one of many procedures available to build predictive models, but most procs work about the same way.

PG

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Posted in reply to yael

06-16-2016 11:00 AM

Without knowing what the data looks like its hard to say, is there a variable for year, if so then just where clause that:

where year in (2001,2003,2005,2007);

For example. To get good answers, it a good idea to post test data, in the form of a datastep, and what the output should be. Posting the relevant code in this instance would also illustrate it.

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01:33 PM

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Posted in reply to yael

06-16-2016 11:33 AM

Here is an example where I model Weight as a function of Age, only for odd ages and use the model to estimate the weight of students of even ages.

```
data regClass;
set sashelp.class;
/* Decide which ages to include in the model */
includedAge = mod(age,2);
/* Copy only included weights, other will be set to missing */
if includedAge then regWeight = weight;
run;
/* Estimate the model, output predictions for all observations */
proc reg data=regClass plots=none;
model regWeight = age;
output out=predClass p=predWeight;
run;
proc sort data=predClass; by age; run;
proc sgplot data=predClass;
scatter x=age y=weight / group=includedAge;
series x=age y=predWeight;
run;
```

of course, proc reg is only one of many procedures available to build predictive models, but most procs work about the same way.

PG