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erinberry2
Calcite | Level 5

I am trying to use PROC GLIMMIX to analyze a dataset with multiple levels. Within the bottom level, I have 8 months of data, and I would like to determine an individual estimate for each variable*date interaction within each entry, using this variable*date statement within the model statement. However, the estimates seem to be based on the entire 8 months of data, not just the desired month, since the estimate changes based on the number of months in the analysis. 

Is there a way to run the GLIMMIX interaction effect but have each row of data interact independently from the rest of the group in the dataset?

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erinberry2
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I have chosen to do the problem a different way so I no longer need this question answered, thanks!

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sld
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Rhodochrosite | Level 12

We don't have enough here yet to work with.

 

Please provide more information about your study design, definition of terms (e.g., "individual", "entry", "variable", "group"), your attempt at code, and an example of your dataset.

 

Edit: It would also be good to know more precisely what you mean by "Interaction effect independent for each entry". 

 

erinberry2
Calcite | Level 5

I have chosen to do the problem a different way so I no longer need this question answered, thanks!

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