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Split Data Set

Would anyone be able to assist me with the following test results?  I was attempting to split my data into a 70/30 training/test data set, but when I run the results, the only set that comes up for me is the "70%" training results even though I can see that it removed 200+ observations for the test data set. How do I get SAS to produce the remaining data set of results for me?  I was told it would do so automatically, but all that comes up is the first set.

Thanks so much

title ;

proc contents data=mydata.credit_approval;

run;

quit;

proc print data=mydata.credit_approval;

run;

quit;

data temp;

set mydata.credit_approval;

* Training/testing observations;

u=uniform(123);

if (u<0.7) then train=1; else train=0;

if A16='+' then Y=1;

else if A16='-' then Y=0;

else Y=.;

* Create a response indicator based on the training/testing split;

if (train=1) then Y_train=Y; else Y_train=.;

/* Dummy Variables from Assignment 5 */

    * A1 Base category is A1='a';

    if (A1='b') then A1_b=1; else A1_b=0;

    * A4 Base category is: l,y;

    if (A4='u') then A4_u=1; else A4_u=0;

    * A5 Base caetgory is: gg,p;

    if (A5='g') then A5_g=1; else A5_g=0;

    * A6 Base category is: d,e,j,r;

    if (A6='aa') then A6_aa=1; else A6_aa=0;

    if (A6='c')  then A6_c=1; else A6_c=0;

    if (A6='cc') then A6_cc=1; else A6_cc=0;

    if (A6='ff') then A6_ff=1; else A6_ff=0;

    if (A6='i')  then A6_i=1; else A6_i=0;

    if (A6='k')  then A6_k=1; else A6_k=0;

    if (A6='m')  then A6_m=1; else A6_m=0;

    if (A6='q')  then A6_q=1; else A6_q=0;

    if (A6='w')  then A6_w=1; else A6_w=0;

    if (A6='x')  then A6_x=1; else A6_x=0;

    * A7 Base category is: dd,j,n,o,z;

    if (A7='bb') then A7_bb=1; else A7_bb=0;

    if (A7='ff') then A7_ff=1; else A7_ff=0;

    if (A7='h')  then A7_h=1; else A7_h=0;

    if (A7='v')  then A7_v=1; else A7_v=0;

    if (A9='t')  then A9_t=1; else A9_t=0;

    if (A10='t') then A10_t=1; else A10_t=0;

    if (A12='t') then A12_t=1; else A12_t=0;

    * A13 Base category is: p,s;

    if (A13='g') then A13_g=1; else A13_g=0;

   

    *Discretize the Continuous Variables;

    if (A2 < 20) then A2_discrete=1;

    else if (A2 < 25) then A2_discrete=2;

    else if (A2 < 35) then A2_discrete=3;

    else if (A2 < 45) then A2_discrete=4;

    else A2_discrete=5;

    if (A3 < 1) then A3_discrete=1;

    else if (A3 < 2) then A3_discrete=2;

    else if (A3 < 5) then A3_discrete=3;

    else if (A3 < 10) then A3_discrete=4;

    else A3_discrete=5;

   

    if (A8 < 0.5) then A8_discrete=1;

    else if (A8 < 1) then A8_discrete=2;

    else if (A8 < 2) then A8_discrete=3;

    else if (A8 < 5) then A8_discrete=4;

    else if (A8 < 10) then A8_discrete=5;

    else A8_discrete=6;

   

    if (A11 < 1) then A11_discrete=1;

    else if (A11 < 3.01) then A11_discrete=2;

    else A11_discrete=3;

    if (A14 < 100) then A14_discrete=1;

    else if (A14 < 150) then A14_discrete=2;

    else if (A14 < 250) then A14_discrete=3;

    else if (A14 < 350) then A14_discrete=4;

    else A14_discrete=5;

    if (A15 < 1.5) then A15_discrete=1;

    else if (A15 < 50) then A15_discrete=2;

    else if (A15 < 100) then A15_discrete=3;

    else if (A15 < 200) then A15_discrete=4;

    else if (A15 < 4000) then A15_discrete=5;

    else A15_discrete=6;

   

* Delete the observations with missing values;

if (A1='?') or (A4='?') or (A5='?') or (A6='?') or (A7='?')

or (A2=.) or (A3=.) or (A8=.) or (A11=.) or (A14=.) or (A15=.)

then delete;

run;

proc logistic data=temp descending;

model Y_train = A2 A3 A8 A11 A14 A15

A1_b A4_u A5_g

A6_aa A6_c A6_cc A6_ff A6_i A6_k A6_m A6_q A6_w A6_x

A7_bb A7_ff A7_h A7_v

A9_t A10_t A12_t A13_g / selection=backward;

output out=model_data pred=yhat;

run;

proc logistic data=temp descending;

model Y_train = A9_t A2 A3 ;

output out=model_data2 pred=yhat;

run;

* The descending option assigns the highest model scores to the lowest score_decile;

proc rank data=model_data2 out=training_scores descending groups=10;

var yhat;

ranks score_decile;

where train=1;

run;

* To create the lift chart run this exact code;

proc means data=training_scores sum;

class score_decile;

var Y;

output out=pm_out sum(Y)=Y_Sum;

run;

proc print data=pm_out; run;

data lift_chart;

set pm_out (where=(_type_=1));

by _type_;

Nobs=_freq_;

score_decile = score_decile+1;

if first._type_ then do;

cum_obs=Nobs;

model_pred=Y_Sum;

end;

else do;

cum_obs=cum_obs+Nobs;

model_pred=model_pred+Y_Sum;

end;

retain cum_obs model_pred;

* 201 represents the number of successes;

* This value will need to be changed with different samples;

pred_rate=model_pred/249;

base_rate=score_decile*0.1;

lift = pred_rate-base_rate;

drop _freq_ _type_ ;

run;

proc print data=lift_chart; run;

ods graphics on;

axis1 label=(angle=90 '% Captured from Target Population');

axis2 label=('Total Population');

legend1 label=(color=black height=1 '')

value=(color=black height=1 'Model #2' 'Random Guess');

title 'Model #2: In-Sample Lift Chart';

symbol1 color=green interpol=join w=2 value=dot height=1;

symbol2 color=black interpol=join w=2 value=dot height=1;

proc gplot data=lift_chart;

plot pred_rate*base_rate base_rate*base_rate / overlay

legend=legend1 vaxis=axis1 haxis=axis2;

run; quit;

ods graphics off;

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Re: Split Data Set

Posted in reply to NicolePKitten

You've pulled out the non-training data with a WHERE clause on the proc rank step but the results should be there otherwise.

I'm not 100% sure but changing the where clause to a BY statement for the proc rank may be what you want. This would then calculate your ranks and corresponding lift for each group independently.

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Re: Split Data Set

Posted in reply to NicolePKitten

Following statement in your syntax removing your testing dataset when you are using temp dataset in proc logistic

* Create a response indicator based on the training/testing split;

if (train=1) then Y_train=Y; else Y_train=.;


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Re: Split Data Set

That removes them from being used in fitting the model as there isn't a response, but they will be included in the output in other data sets won't they?

This is a common trick for getting predictions from a proc.

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Re: Split Data Set

Thanks Reeza - I was not aware about this.

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