The AUTOREG Procedure |
PROC AUTOREG Statement |
The following options can be used in the PROC AUTOREG statement:
specifies the input SAS data set. If the DATA= option is not specified, PROC AUTOREG uses the most recently created SAS data set.
writes the parameter estimates to an output data set. See the section OUTEST= Data Set later in this chapter for information on the contents of these data set.
writes the covariance matrix for the parameter estimates to the OUTEST= data set. This option is valid only if the OUTEST= option is specified.
requests that the AUTOREG procedure produce statistical graphics via the Output Delivery System, provided that the ODS GRAPHICS statement has been specified. For general information about ODS Graphics, see Chapter 21, Statistical Graphics Using ODS (SAS/STAT User's Guide). The global-plot-options apply to all relevant plots generated by the AUTOREG procedure. The global-plot-options supported by the AUTOREG procedure follow.
suppresses the default plots. Only the plots specifically requested are produced.
breaks a graphic that is otherwise paneled into individual component plots.
requests that all plots appropriate for the particular analysis be produced.
produces the autocorrelation function plot.
produces the inverse autocorrelation function plot of residuals.
produces the partial autocorrelation function plot of residuals.
plots the predicted and actual values.
produces the Cook’s plot.
Q-Q plot of residuals.
plots the residuals.
plots the studentized residuals. For the models with the NLAG= or GARCH= options in the MODEL statement or with the HETERO statement, this option is replaced by the STANDARDRESIDUAL option.
plots the standardized residuals.
plots the white noise probabilities.
plots the histogram of residuals.
suppresses all plots.
In addition, any of the following MODEL statement options can be specified in the PROC AUTOREG statement, which is equivalent to specifying the option for every MODEL statement: ALL, ARCHTEST, BACKSTEP, CENTER, COEF, CONVERGE=, CORRB, COVB, DW=, DWPROB, GINV, ITER, ITPRINT, MAXITER=, METHOD=, NOINT, NOMISS, NOPRINT, and PARTIAL.
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