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davis
Fluorite | Level 6

The 'score' statement in 'proc logistic' provides a 'fitstat' option.

 

Is this 'fitstat' option available for (1) proc gam and/ or (2) proc adaptivereg?

 

Thanks.

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StatDave
SAS Super FREQ

I'm afraid not. However, if you are fitting a binary-response model, like a logistic model, you can get an ROC analysis including the area under the ROC curve as discussed an illustrated in this note

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StatDave
SAS Super FREQ

I'm afraid not. However, if you are fitting a binary-response model, like a logistic model, you can get an ROC analysis including the area under the ROC curve as discussed an illustrated in this note

Rick_SAS
SAS Super FREQ

No. IMHO, you should switch from the old PROC GAM to the newer PROC GAMPL. Although GAMPL does not support a SCORE statement, you can score a GAMPL model is to use the "missing value trick." A discussion and example are available in the third section of the article "How to create a sliced fit plot in SAS."

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