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12-10-2014 11:04 PM

Hi All,

Which procedure of multivariable analysis can be used to calculate 95% CI and Pvalue for categorical and continuous variables

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12-10-2014 11:10 PM

How are you calculating coefficient? That is how you determine how the CI/P-Value are calculated.

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12-10-2014 11:29 PM

Thanks for your reply, Can you please suggest me the procedure to calculate coefficient for CI and P value

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12-10-2014 11:38 PM

What are you trying to test?

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12-10-2014 11:41 PM

Determinants of outpatient cost - cost analysis

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12-10-2014 11:50 PM

What do you expect the coefficients to test? Are they in relation to another variable? If so, what's the type of variable?

If the dependent variable is continuous then you can look at a regression model and using proc glm or proc reg, this assumes that you have don't want to use a non-parametric model.

If the dependent variable is categorical then you can look at chi-square or fishers tests (from proc freq) for starters.

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12-10-2014 11:57 PM

Thank you

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12-11-2014 01:00 AM

Hi,

Also explore proc surveyfreq.

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12-12-2014 03:12 PM