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Fluorite | Level 6

Hi everyone,


I'm using the following: 

proc reg data = evtrets2;
by evtdate;
model ret1=mktrf smb hml rmw cma umd wti / r cli clm;

After that I get the SAS ouput but instead I'd like to get a table in the work lib, so under explorer and not under results (hope that makes sense).

Could anyone tell me how to do that? I'm guessing I might need to add something in the above code but not sure what. 


Let me know if you need clarifications. Thanks for your help!

Super User Tom
Super User

First thing is to read the documentation.  Do you want the OUTest= option?

Fluorite | Level 6
Thank you for that.

From this link:
I would you like figure 73.33 as a dataset.

I believe OUTest gives me figure 73.32 only (if I'm not mistaken).
Tourmaline | Level 20

If you need to capture procedure outputs, ODS TRACE and ODS OUTPUT are the statements you should get acquainted with. See here for example.

Fluorite | Level 6
Ok I'll go through the examples, thanks for that.

On a side note, what's a good way to properly learn how to use SAS? Book, website, etc...

Tourmaline | Level 20

> what's a good way to properly learn how to use SAS?

Solve all the problems you have! 🙂

Also, reading all the questions and solutions provided here.

Fluorite | Level 6
Alright, thanks 🙂

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