The PROC HPLMIXED statement invokes the procedure. Table 8.2 summarizes important options in the PROC HPLMIXED statement by function. These and other options in the PROC HPLMIXED statement are then described fully in alphabetical order.
Table 8.2: PROC HPLMIXED Statement Options
Option 
Description 

Basic Options 

Specifies the input data set 

Specifies the estimation method 

Limits the length of effect names 

Computes the best linear unbiased prediction 

Options Related to Output 

Suppresses the "Class Level Information" table completely or in parts 

Specifies the maximum levels of CLASS variables to print 

Displays the rank of design matrix 

Optimization Options 

Tunes an absolute function convergence criterion 

Tunes an absolute function difference convergence criterion 

Tunes the absolute gradient convergence criterion 

Tunes the relative function convergence criterion 

Tunes the relative gradient convergence criterion 

Chooses the maximum number of iterations in any optimization 

Specifies the maximum number of function evaluations in any optimization 

Specifies the upper limit on seconds of CPU time for any optimization 

Specifies the minimum number of iterations in any optimization 

Selects the optimization technique 

Tunes the relative parameter convergence criterion 
You can specify the following options in the PROC HPLMIXED statement.