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A problem with the STORE option in PROC GLIMMIX

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A problem with the STORE option in PROC GLIMMIX

Has anyone else come across the following problem? I previously had used a STORE statement in PROC GLIMMIX, which worked fine, and was able to use PROC PLM to do many fun things at a great savings in time. So...I had another analysis, but this one required a log-normal distribution. I added dist=lognormal to the model statement. Unfortunately I now receive an error message:
ERROR: The ITEMSTORE statement is not available for this model in the *s procedure.
NOTE: The GLIMMIX procedure generated the model item store DAT1.CSH.
WARNING: Output 'covparms' was not created. Make sure that the output object name, label, or path is spelled correctly. Also, verify that the appropriate procedure options are used to produce the requested output object. For example, verify that the NOPRINT option is not used.

An "empty" binary file is generated, but executing PROC PLM gives the error:

ERROR: Failed to read By variable information from source DAT1.CSH

I have submitted this to Tech Support, but I was wondering if anyone else had come across the same issue.

SteveDenham

code:

proc glimmix data=for_stats plots=(all boxplot) ;
by param;
where grp_no<6 and studyday<=44;
nloptions tech=trureg;
class grp_no studyday anml_nbr;
model value=grp_no|studyday lcov/ddfm=kr(firstorder) dist=lognormal;
random studyday/residual type=csh subject=anml_nbr group=grp_no;
covtest homogeneity;
store dat1.csh;
ods output covparms=covparmscsh1;
run;
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Re: A problem with the STORE option in PROC GLIMMIX

My code segment doesn't seem to be posting, so I'll continue from the model statement:

model value=grp_no|studyday lcov/ddfm=kr(firstorder) dist=lognormal;
random studyday/residual type=csh subject=anml_nbr group=grp_no;
covtest homogeneity;
store dat1.csh;
ods output covparms=covparmscsh1;
run;
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