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06-29-2017 10:02 AM

Hello,

I would like to know if it is possible with SAS to do a generalized ordered logit (different parameters for each response categories, such as in a multinomial logit).

With stata, I think it is gologit2, but I didn't find the equivalent function with SAS.

Thanks.

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07-03-2017
10:11 AM

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06-30-2017 08:08 AM

Proc logistic + unequalslopes can't do glogit ?

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06-30-2017 10:06 AM

I'm not sure why, but when I add this option, it says : "The UNEQUALSLOPES option is ignored."

And the output is the same as a normal glogit. How should I use it?

```
proc logistic data=edu.educationClean;
class cohort4(ref='2') cntr_regr(ref=first) /param=ref;
model edu3(descending)= cntr_regr cohort4 cntr_regr*cohort4 /link=glogit UNEQUALSLOPES=edu3;
run;
```

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10:11 AM

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