The SYSLIN Procedure |
OUTPUT Statement |
The OUTPUT statement writes predicted values and residuals from the preceding model to the data set specified by the OUT= option in the PROC SYSLIN statement. An OUTPUT statement must come after the MODEL statement to which it applies. The OUT= option must be specified in the PROC SYSLIN statement.
The following options can be specified in the OUTPUT statement:
names a new variable to contain the predicted values for the response variable. The PREDICTED= option can be abbreviated as PREDICT=, PRED=, or P=.
names a new variable to contain the residual values for the response variable. The RESIDUAL= option can be abbreviated as RESID= or R=.
For example, the following statements create an output data set named B. In addition to the variables in the input data set, the data set B contains the variable YHAT, with values that are predicted values of the response variable Y, and YRESID, with values that are the residual values of Y.
proc syslin data=a out=b; model y = x1 x2; output p=yhat r=yresid; run;
For example, the following statements create an output data set named PRED. In addition to the variables in the input data set, the data set PRED contains the variables Q_DEMAND and Q_SUPPLY, with values that are predicted values of the response variable Q for the demand and supply equations respectively, and R_DEMAND and R_SUPPLY, with values that are the residual values of the demand and supply equations respectively.
proc syslin data=in out=pred; demand: model q = p y s; output p=q_demand r=r_demand; supply: model q = p u; output p=q_supply r=r_supply; run;
See the section OUT= Data Set for details.
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