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Posted 04-28-2018 03:13 PM
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Need an example of SAS code that will build a model for estimating the probability of a person answering a mail solicitation. Assume the potential predictors are x1, x2 and x3 and we have a historical data set with x1, x2, x3 and an indicator named replied that is 1 if the person replied to a solicitation and 0 otherwise

Thanks

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Sounds like a logistic regression type problem.

PROC LOGISTIC documentation has some examples in detail:

Here's a write up on it:

https://stats.idre.ucla.edu/sas/output/proc-logistic/

@Meghana3 wrote:

Need an example of SAS code that will build a model for estimating the probability of a person answering a mail solicitation. Assume the potential predictors are x1, x2 and x3 and we have a historical data set with x1, x2, x3 and an indicator named replied that is 1 if the person replied to a solicitation and 0 otherwise

Thanks

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Note that I've edited your subject line to make it more descriptive and I'll move it to the Stats forum.

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