The PROBIT Procedure

Syntax: PROBIT Procedure

The following statements are available in the PROBIT procedure:

PROC PROBIT <options> ;
BY variables ;
CDFPLOT <VAR=variable> <options> ;
CLASS variables ;
ESTIMATE <'label'> estimate-specification <(divisor=n)>
<, …<'label'> estimate-specification <(divisor=n)>> </ options> ;
EFFECTPLOT <plot-type <(plot-definition-options)>> </ options> ;
INSET <keyword-list> </ options> ;
IPPPLOT <VAR=variable> <options> ;
LPREDPLOT <VAR=variable> <options> ;
LSMEANS <model-effects> </ options> ;
LSMESTIMATE model-effect <'label'> values <(divisor=n)>
<, …<'label'> values <(divisor=n)>> </ options> ;
MODEL response = independents </ options> ;
OUTPUT <OUT=SAS-data-set> <options> ;
PREDPPLOT <VAR=variable> <options> ;
SLICE model-effect </ options> ;
STORE <OUT=>item-store-name </ LABEL='label'> ;
TEST <model-effects> </ options> ;
WEIGHT variable ;

A MODEL statement is required. Only a single MODEL statement can be used with one invocation of the PROBIT procedure. If multiple MODEL statements are present, only the last one is used. Main effects and higher-order terms can be specified in the MODEL statement, as in the GLM procedure. If a CLASS statement is used, it must precede the MODEL statement.

The CDFPLOT, INSET, IPPPLOT, LPREDPLOT, and PREDPPLOT statements are used to produce graphical output. You can use any appropriate combination of the graphical statements after the MODEL statement.

The ESTIMATE, EFFECTPLOT, LSMEANS, LSMESTIMATE, SLICE, STORE, and TEST statements are common to many procedures. Summary descriptions of functionality and syntax for these statements are also given after the PROC PROBIT statement in alphabetical order, and full documentation about them is available in Chapter 19: Shared Concepts and Topics.