Model options can be specified after a slash (/). Table 91.7 summarizes the options available in the MODEL statement.
Table 91.7: MODEL Statement Options
Option 
Description 

Model Specification Options 

Specifies link function 

Suppresses intercept(s) 

Specifies offset variable 

Convergence Criterion Options 

Specifies absolute function convergence criterion 

Specifies relative function convergence criterion 

Specifies relative gradient convergence criterion 

Specifies relative parameter convergence criterion 

Specifies maximum number of iterations 

Suppresses checking for infinite parameters 

Specifies technique used to improve the loglikelihood function when its value is worse than that of the previous step 

Specifies tolerance for testing singularity 

Specifies iterative algorithm for maximization 

Options for Adjustment to Variance Estimation 

Chooses variance estimation adjustment method 

Options for Confidence Intervals 

Specifies for the confidence intervals 

Computes confidence intervals for parameters 

Computes confidence intervals for odds ratios 

Options for Display of Details 

Displays correlation matrix 

Displays covariance matrix 

Displays exponentiated values of estimates 

Displays iteration history 

Suppresses “Class Level Information” table 

Displays parameter labels 

Displays generalized 

Displays standardized estimates 
The following list describes these options: