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mahmoud_slim
Fluorite | Level 6

Hi Everyone,

 

I've been trying to look up for the keyword that would enable me to Output the MANOVA Test Criteria and their corresponding F and p-values to a new data set, but it seems that this functionality is unavailable.

I am actually bootstrapping and this is the reason why I'd like to export them in a separate file.

Thanks for your help

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mahmoud_slim
Fluorite | Level 6

Thank you @ballardw for your reply. It turned out to be an easy task. I was looking for the ODS Table "MultStat". So, I was able to export it using ods output MultStat = Summary_stats;

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Reeza
Super User

https://blogs.sas.com/content/iml/2017/01/09/ods-output-any-statistic.html

This method works for any PROC 


@mahmoud_slim wrote:

Hi Everyone,

 

I've been trying to look up for the keyword that would enable me to Output the MANOVA Test Criteria and their corresponding F and p-values to a new data set, but it seems that this functionality is unavailable.

I am actually bootstrapping and this is the reason why I'd like to export them in a separate file.

Thanks for your help


 

PGStats
Opal | Level 21

Add the statement

 

ods output ParameterEstimates=myEstimates;

 

among your procedure statements.

PG
mahmoud_slim
Fluorite | Level 6

Thanks @PGStats

The statement that worked out for me was ods output MultStat = Summary_stats;

ballardw
Super User

It would help to show us the code you are using as different procedures will do MANOVA and likely have slightly different options.

 

Likely you are looking for some form of ODS OUTPUT which directs the output of a result table to a SAS dataset. The procedure syntax documentation would have ODS table names to use or run your code sandwiched between ODS Trace On; <procedure code> ODS Trace off; statements to generate a list of the tables created.

mahmoud_slim
Fluorite | Level 6

Thank you @ballardw for your reply. It turned out to be an easy task. I was looking for the ODS Table "MultStat". So, I was able to export it using ods output MultStat = Summary_stats;

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