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Do we have similar functionality in SAS as the Predict function in R has?

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Do we have similar functionality in SAS as the Predict function in R has?

I have built a model using PHREG, I want to apply the model on a new dataset to get the prediction of an event. In R, we have a function predict, which we can apply on new data, by specifying the specifying the model which is built on train dataset. How can we do that similarly in SAS?

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Re: Do we have similar functionality in SAS as the Predict function in R has?

If you have a train dataset (and validation) it seems to me you Eminer licensed.
With Eminer you have a scoring node, that is working on sas datasets. It also support creating the scoring code to external databases. 

The Pmml interfacing for import/export data mining models could be an other feature.

Very advanced would be going for the modelmanager.

Ok you have used some basic statistical functions as "proc phreg". Scoring looks an issue with "proc score" with some models.

https://communities.sas.com/message/104433 

phrreg and predict could be better with hits.

http://www2.sas.com/proceedings/sugi28/120-28.pdf , http://support.sas.com/kb/33/307.html

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