The PANEL Procedure |
PROC PANEL Statement |
The following options can be specified on the PROC PANEL statement.
names the input data set. The input data set must be sorted by cross section and by time period within cross section. If you omit the DATA= option, the most recently created SAS data set is used.
names an output data set to contain the parameter estimates. When the OUTEST= option is not specified, the OUTEST= data set is not created. See the section The OUTEST= Data Set for details about the structure of the OUTEST= data set.
names an output data set to contain the transformed series for further analysis and computation of models with time observations greater than two. See the section The OUTTRANS= Data Set for details about the structure of the OUTTRANS= data set.
writes the covariance matrix of the parameter estimates to the OUTEST= data set. See the section The OUTEST= Data Set for details.
writes the correlation matrix of the parameter estimates to the OUTEST= data set. See the section The OUTEST= Data Set for details.
requests that the PANEL 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 PANEL procedure. The global plot options supported by the PANEL procedure follow.
suppresses the default plots. Only the plots specifically requested are produced.
breaks a graphic that is otherwise paneled into individual component plots.
produces surface plot of actual values.
produces all appropriate plots.
plots the predicted and actual values.
suppresses all plots.
produces surface plot of predicted values.
produces QQ plot of residuals.
produces a stacked plot of residuals.
produces surface plot of residual values.
plots the residuals.
plots the histogram of residuals.
For more details, see the section ODS Graphics. In addition, any of the following MODEL statement options can be specified in the PROC PANEL statement: CORRB, COVB, FIXONE, FIXONETIME, FIXTWO, BTWNG, BTWNT, POOLED, RANONE, RANTWO, FULLER, PARKS, DASILVA, NOINT, NOPRINT, M=, PHI, RHO, VCOMP=, and SINGULAR=. When specified in the PROC PANEL statement, these options are equivalent to specifying the options for every MODEL statement. See the section MODEL Statement for a complete description of each of these options.
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