## Example 3 for PROC LOGISTIC

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/*    NAME: LOGIEX3                                             */
/*   TITLE: Example 3 for PROC LOGISTIC                         */
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/*    KEYS: logistic regression analysis,                       */
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/* SUPPORT: Bob Derr                                            */
/*     REF: SAS/STAT User's Guide, PROC LOGISTIC chapter        */
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Example 3. Ordinal Logistic Regression
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/*
The data, taken from McCullagh and Nelder (1989, p.175), were derived from an
experiment concerned with the effect on taste of four cheese additives.  The
nine response categories range from strong dislike (1) to excellent taste
(9).  Let y be the response variable.  The variable Additive specifies the
cheese additive (1, 2, 3, or 4).  The data after the DATALINES statement are
arranged like a 2-way table of additive by rating; i.e., the rows are the
four additives and the columns are the nine levels of the rating scale.

The ODDSRATIO statement produces a plot of the odds ratios when ODS
Graphics is enabled, while the EFFECTPLOT statement displays the
model-predicted probabilities
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title 'Example 3. Ordinal Logistic Regression';

data Cheese;
do Additive = 1 to 4;
do y = 1 to 9;
input freq @@;
output;
end;
end;
label y='Taste Rating';
datalines;
0  0  1  7  8  8 19  8  1
6  9 12 11  7  6  1  0  0
1  1  6  8 23  7  5  1  0
0  0  0  1  3  7 14 16 11
;

ods graphics on;
proc logistic data=Cheese plots(only)=oddsratio(range=clip);
freq freq;