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how to estimate reasonable confidence interval in 'proc surveylogistic' after 'proc surveyselect'

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New Contributor gl
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how to estimate reasonable confidence interval in 'proc surveylogistic' after 'proc surveyselect'

I am a new user of sas. I wanna test the interval validation, so I use proc surveyselect for bootstrap resampling.

Below is my codes:

sasfile g load;

proc surveyselect data=g out=gg

seed=123456 rep=1000 method=urs samprate=1 outhits;

run;

sasfile g close;

proc surveylogistic data=gg ;

model  y(descending) = exposure;

run;


However, from proc surveylogistic I got a ridiculous confidence interval of exposure: (OR=1.2, 95%CI:1.2-1.2). I mean, after getting 1000 times replications, the sample size increased and the CI seemed too small.. But I used the method of unrestricted sampling without weighting, so I don't how to get the plausible standard error to estimate CI.


How to deal with that? Can anyone help? Thanks very very much~~!!

New Contributor gl
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Re: how to estimate reasonable confidence interval in 'proc surveylogistic' after 'proc surveyselect'

The other thing is, can I get AUC (ROC c-statistics) in proc surveylogistic? And the confidence interval of AUC? Any way to calculate the AUC after the bootstrap using 'proc surveyselect'?

Thanks!

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