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aespinarey
Obsidian | Level 7

Hello,

 

I am having trouble finding a way to obtain the least squares line of PIC (Y) on YNG (X) separately for a dichotomous variable. 

Latin America: Y= B1 +B2X

Africa: Y= B1 + B2X

sas question.PNG

 

 

This is the code I am using, but I doubt I am getting the right results:

data q2;
set work.ch12q02;
run; proc print;run;

proc glm data=q2;
class COUNTRY;
model PCI=YNG COUNTRY / solution;
lsmeans COUNTRY;
run; proc print; run;

 

Output:sas ques.PNG

 Please help,

 

Thank you!

 

 

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pau13rown
Lapis Lazuli | Level 10

interaction, so you have separate slopes for each country:

 

proc glm data=q2;
class COUNTRY;
model PCI=country YNG*COUNTRY / solution;
lsmeans COUNTRY;
run;

 

or use a where statement to subset:

 

proc glm data=q2 (where=(country="XXXX"));
model PCI=YNG/ solution;

lsmeans YNG;
run;

PGStats
Opal | Level 21

The intercept and slope estimates will be given directly by:

 

/* Common error variance */

proc glm data=ch12q02;
class country;
model pci = country country*yng / noint solution;
run;

/* or, separate error variance for each country */

proc glm data=ch12q02;
by country notsorted;
model pci = yng / solution;
run;
PG

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