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SAS/IML software: usage and reference: version 6

Publisher: SAS Institute, 1990.Language: EnglishDescription: 501 p. : Graphs ; 28 cm.ISBN: 155544377XType of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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SAS/IML Software: Usage and Reference Version 6 Contents Reference Aids ix Credits xi Acknowledgments xiii Using This Book xv Changes and Enhancements xxi Chapter 1 · Introduction to SAS/IML Software 1 Introduction 1 An Introductory Interactive Session 1 SAS/IML Software: an Overview 2 Chapter 2 · Understanding the SAS/IML Language 5 Defining a Matrix 5 Matrix Names and Matrix Literals 6 Creating Matrices from Matrix Literals 7 Types of Statements 11 Missing Values 17 In Conclusion 17 Chapter 3 · Tutorial: a Module for Linear Regression 19 Introduction 19 Solving a System of Equations 19 A Module for Linear Regression 21 Plotting Regression Results 27 In Conclusion 30 Chapter 4 · Working with Matrices 31 Introduction 31 Entering Data as Matrix Literals 32 Using Assignment Statements 33 Using Matrix Expressions 39 Printing Matrices with Row and Column Headings 48 More on Missing Values 50 Chapter 5 · Programming Statements 51 Introduction 51 IF-THEN/ELSE Statements 52 DO Groups 53 Jumping 56 Modules 57 Stopping Execution 68 In Conclusion 70 Chapter 6 · Working with SAS Data Sets 71 Introduction 71 Opening a SAS Data Set 73 Making a SAS Data Set Current 73 Displaying SAS Data Set Information 74 Referring to a SAS Data Set 74 Listing Observations 75 Reading Observations from a SAS Data Set 81 Editing a SAS Data Set 84 Creating a SAS Data Set from a Matrix 87 Understanding the End-of-File Condition 89 Producing Summary Statistics 90 Sorting a SAS Data Set 90 Indexing a SAS Data Set 91 Data Set Maintenance Functions 92 Overview of Commands 93 Similarities and Differences with the SAS DATA Step 94 In Conclusion 94 Chapter 7 · File Access 95 Introduction 95 Referring to an External File 96 Reading from an External File 97 Writing to an External File 106 Listing Your External Files 110 Closing an External File 110 In Conclusion 110 Chapter 8 · Applications: Statistical Examples 111 Introduction 111 Example 1: Correlation 112 Example 2: Newton's Method for Solving Nonlinear Systems of Equations 113 Example 3: Regression 115 Example 4: Alpha Factor Analysis 118 Example 5: Categorical Linear Models 121 Example 6: Regression of Subsets of Variables 125 Example 7: Response Surface Methodology 132 Example 8: Logistic and Probit Regression for Binary Response Models 135 Example 9: Linear Programming 138 Example 10: Quadratic Programming 143 Example 11: Regression Quantiles 146 Example 12: Simulations of a Univariate ARMA Process 150 Example 13: Parameter Estimation for a Regression Model with ARMA Errors 152 Example 14: Iterative Proportional Fitting 158 Example 15: Full-Screen Nonlinear Regression 160 Chapter 9 · Introduction to SAS/IML Graphics 167 Introduction 167 IML Graphics Segments 170 Segment Attributes 170 Coordinate Systems 171 Windows and Viewports 173 Clipping Your Graphs 183 Common Arguments 183 Chapter 10 · Graphics Applications 185 Introduction 185 Example 1: Scatterplot Matrix 185 Example 2: Train Schedule 193 Example 3: Fisher's Iris Data 196 Chapter 11 · Window and Display Features 201 Introduction 201 Creating a Display Window for Data Entry 202 Using the WINDOW Statement 204 Using the DISPLAY Statement 206 Details about Windows 207 Example 211 Chapter 12 · Storage Features 213 Introduction 213 SAS/IML Storage Catalogs 213 Catalog Management 214 Chapter 13 · Using SAS/IML Software to Generate IML Statements 217 Introduction 217 Generating and Executing Statements 217 Example: Full-Screen Editing 227 In Conclusion 231 Chapter 14 · Further Notes 233 Memory and Workspace 233 Accuracy 235 Error Diagnostics 235 Efficiency 236 Missing Values 236 Principles of Operation 237 Operation-Level Execution 238 Chapter 15 · SAS/IML Language Reference 239 Introduction 239 Operators 239 Statements, Functions, and Subroutines 256 Appendix 1 · SAS/IML Quick Reference 455 Appendix 2 · SAS/IML Software Compared with the MATRIX Procedure 473 Introduction 473 Features of SAS/IML Software 473 Appendix 3 · The MATIML Procedure 479 Introduction 479 PROC MATIML Statement 479 Limitations of PROC MATIML and Suggested Solutions 480 Details of Translation 482 Example 484 Appendix 4 · Alternative Characters 487 References 489 Index 491

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