
DATA= SASdataset

specifies the input SAS data set used. If it is omitted, the most recently created SAS data set is used.

OUTEXTRAP

adds the extra observations used in ARIMA processing to the output data set.
When ARIMA forecasting/backcasting is requested, extra observations are appended to the ends of the series, and the calculations
are carried out on this extended series. The appended observations are not normally written to the OUT= data set. However,
if OUTEXTRAP is specified, these extra observations are written to the output data set. If a DATE= variable is specified in
the MONTHLY/QUARTERLY statement, the date variable is extrapolated to identify forecasts/backcasts. The OUTEXTRAP option can
be abbreviated as OUTEX.

NOPRINT

suppresses any printed output. The NOPRINT option overrides any PRINTOUT=, CHARTS=, or TABLES statement and any output associated
with the ARIMA statement.

OUTSPAN= SASdataset

specifies the output data set to store the sliding spans analysis results. Tables A1, C18, D10, and D11 for each span are
written to this data set. See the section The OUTSPAN= Data Set for details.

OUTSTB= SASdataset

specifies the output data set to store the stable seasonality test results (table D8). All the information in the analysis
of variance table associated with the stable seasonality test is contained in the variables written to this data set. See
the section OUTSTB= Data Set for details.

OUTTDR= SASdataset

specifies the output data set to store the tradingday regression results (tables B15 and C15). All the information in the
analysis of variance table associated with the tradingday regression is contained in the variables written to this data set.
This option is valid only when TDREGR=PRINT, TEST, or ADJUST is specified in the MONTHLY statement. See the section OUTTDR= Data Set for details.

YRAHEADOUT

adds oneyearahead forecast values to the output data set for tables C16, C18, and D10. The original purpose of this option
was to avoid recomputation of the seasonal adjustment factors when new data became available. While computing costs were an
important factor when the X11 method was developed, this is no longer the case and this option is obsolete. See the section
The YRAHEADOUT Option for details.