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08-24-2016 10:18 PM

I was trying understand how SE (standard error) is calculated in SAS for parameters while doing logisitic regression. Once we have SE , we can calculate wald chi square statistic and finally p value.

Any insight will be very helpfull.

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09-05-2016
08:21 AM

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08-25-2016 07:57 AM

Formulas and methods are described in the PROC LOGISTIC documentation. Have a look at the Overview section, and then the Details section for the methods that are of interest. (Example: Exact Conditional Logistic Regression).

You can also find a ton of great information in the Stats and OR focus area on support.sas.com. Example: LOGISTIC Procedure.

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08-25-2016 07:57 AM

Formulas and methods are described in the PROC LOGISTIC documentation. Have a look at the Overview section, and then the Details section for the methods that are of interest. (Example: Exact Conditional Logistic Regression).

You can also find a ton of great information in the Stats and OR focus area on support.sas.com. Example: LOGISTIC Procedure.

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Posted in reply to ChrisHemedinger

09-05-2016 05:34 AM

Thanks