|Type of Tool||SAS Macro|
|SAS Utility Macro||Tool/Utility|
|Title||Generalized Logistic Model|
|Programmer/Email||Tzu-Chun Lin, Chin-Shang Li|
|Description||The generalized logistic model is applied to study the association between an categorical outcome having more than two levels and predictor variable(s). This macro invokes LOGISTIC procedure in SAS with link 'glogit'.|
|Classification Graph Type|
|Macro Parameters|| DSName: name of SAS data set|
Dir: directory the macro saved.
Outcome: name of outcome variable with reference levels, ex: outcome(ref='Minimal'). This variable is assumed to be a categorical variable with more than two levels and the model predicts the linear relationship between outcome and a set of independent predictors. The reference level should correspond to format value if format is specified.
Freq: a variable that contains the frequency of occurrence of each observation.
PredictNum: list of numeric predictor variables.
PredictClass: qualitative variables with reference levels, ex: sex(ref='female'). The reference levels should correspond to format values if formats are specified.
Format: formats of the variables. The first is the format of the outcome variable and the rest are with the same order in PredictClass. If no format defined for the corresponding qualitattive variable, a dot (.) must be input as a place holder.
OutFormat: HTML or RTF, Format of output file
OutFileName: output file name
|R-Code - Attachment|
|SAS-Code - Attachment||Davis_Glogit_macro.sas|
|Stata-Code - Attachment|
|Other Code - Attachment|
|Called Data Manipulation|
|Called Checking Macro|
|Creation-Date||September 16, 2011|
|Example Code||SAS Example Code|
|Example Output||SAS Example Output|
|Special Features Attached|
|Special Features Text|
|Notes1-Legend||Section with calls to needed macros|
|Notes2-Legend||Macro call with fully specified parameters|
|Notes3-Legend||Section with definitions of global macro parameters|
|Notes4-Legend||Section with definitions of local macro variables|
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