11-18-2016 04:03 AM
I use the proc logistic with /link=glogit to produce multinomial logit regressions (4 categories). The standard output looks like this:
|Analysis of Maximum Likelihood Estimates|
|Parameter||var0||Estimate||Pr > ChiSq|
My question: Is it possible to set the alternatives of the dependent variable (var0) on a same line, such as:
|Estimate||Pr > ChiSq||Estimate||Pr > ChiSq||Estimate||Pr > ChiSq|
Doing it manually takes a while where there are a lot of models.
11-18-2016 09:51 AM
So in genesl it wouldnt make sense to present the information that way because you don't know how many categories you can have so you can end up with a wide table.
If you do want it that way and needed it repeatedly I would recommend a process to manipulate the output via SAS programming rather than copy/paste.
It also depends on how you want the rest of your results to show as well - what about the other variables?
If your comfortable programming give that a shot, otherwise post back in more details what your requirements are.