The REPWEIGHTS statement names variables that provide replicate weights for BRR or jackknife variance estimation, which you
request with the VARMETHOD=BRR
or VARMETHOD=JACKKNIFE
option in the PROC SURVEYMEANS statement. If you do not provide replicate weights for these methods by using a REPWEIGHTS
statement, then the procedure constructs replicate weights for the analysis. See the sections Balanced Repeated Replication (BRR) Method and Jackknife Method for information about replicate weights.
Each REPWEIGHTS variable should contain the weights for a single replicate, and the number of replicates equals the number
of REPWEIGHTS variables. The REPWEIGHTS variables must be numeric, and the variable values must be nonnegative numbers.
If you provide replicate weights with a REPWEIGHTS statement, you do not need to specify a CLUSTER
or STRATA
statement. If you use a REPWEIGHTS statement and do not specify the VARMETHOD=
option in the PROC SURVEYMEANS
statement, the procedure uses VARMETHOD=JACKKNIFE
by default.
If you specify a REPWEIGHTS statement but do not include a WEIGHT
statement, the procedure uses the average of replicate weights of each observation as the observationâ€™s weight.
You can specify the following options in the REPWEIGHTS statement after a slash (/):

DF=df

specifies the degrees of freedom for the analysis. The value of df must be a positive number. By default, the degrees of freedom equals the number of REPWEIGHTS variables.

JKCOEFS=value

specifies a jackknife coefficient
for VARMETHOD=JACKKNIFE
. The coefficient value must be a nonnegative number. See the section Jackknife Method for details about jackknife coefficients.
You can use this option to specify a single value of the jackknife coefficient, which the procedure uses for all replicates.
To specify different coefficients for different replicates, use the JKCOEFS=values
or JKCOEFS=SASdataset
option.

JKCOEFS=values

specifies jackknife coefficients for VARMETHOD=JACKKNIFE
, where each coefficient corresponds to an individual replicate that is identified by a REPWEIGHTS variable. You can separate
values with blanks or commas. The coefficient values must be nonnegative numbers. The number of values must equal the number of replicate weight variables named in the REPWEIGHTS statement. List these values in the same order
in which you list the corresponding replicate weight variables in the REPWEIGHTS statement.
See the section Jackknife Method for details about jackknife coefficients.
To specify different coefficients for different replicates, you can also use the JKCOEFS=SASdataset
option. To specify a single jackknife coefficient for all replicates, use the JKCOEFS=value
option.

JKCOEFS=SASdataset

names a SAS data set that contains the jackknife coefficients for VARMETHOD=JACKKNIFE
. You provide the jackknife coefficients in the JKCOEFS= data set variable JKCoefficient
. Each coefficient value must be a nonnegative number. The observations in the JKCOEFS= data set should correspond to the
replicates that are identified by the REPWEIGHTS variables. Arrange the coefficients or observations in the JKCOEFS= data
set in the same order in which you list the corresponding replicate weight variables in the REPWEIGHTS statement. The number
of observations in the JKCOEFS= data set must not be less than the number of REPWEIGHTS variables.
See the section Jackknife Method for details about jackknife coefficients.
To specify different coefficients for different replicates, you can also use the JKCOEFS=values
option. To specify a single jackknife coefficient for all replicates, use the JKCOEFS=value
option.