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One of our SAS users needs our help! We've provided SAS/STAT resources from support.sas.com but they're looking for additional information.  See full tweet for details: Twitter thread We've asked them to follow along here!

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byrne410
Calcite | Level 5

My question really wasn't captured in that tweet. Thank you to Chris for pointing that out. I'm on a quest to answer a question posed by an investigator who had work done by a previous statistician. I know there are a few ways to answer this question. I want to analyze potential changes in drinking patterns, probably using pairwise risk scores within subjects and deriving a transition score to estimate the percentage of at-risk drinkers who consistently remained at-risk. 

Reeza
Super User

Can you tell us what type of information you have available? Ideally a sample of fake data that's similar. 

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