The SURVEYLOGISTIC Procedure |
PROC SURVEYLOGISTIC Statement |
The PROC SURVEYLOGISTIC statement invokes the SURVEYLOGISTIC procedure and optionally identifies input data sets, controls the ordering of the response levels, and specifies the variance estimation method. The PROC SURVEYLOGISTIC statement is required.
sets the confidence level for confidence limits. The value of the ALPHA= option must be between 0 and 1, and the default value is 0.05. A confidence level of produces % confidence limits. The default of ALPHA=0.05 produces 95% confidence limits.
names the SAS data set containing the data to be analyzed. If you omit the DATA= option, the procedure uses the most recently created SAS data set.
names the SAS data set that contains initial estimates for all the parameters in the model. BY-group processing is allowed in setting up the INEST= data set. See the section INEST= Data Set for more information.
treats missing values as a valid (nonmissing) category for all categorical variables, which include CLASS, STRATA, CLUSTER, and DOMAIN variables.
By default, if you do not specify the MISSING option, an observation is excluded from the analysis if it has a missing value. For more information, see the section Missing Values.
specifies the length of effect names in tables and output data sets to be characters, where is a value between 20 and 200. The default length is 20 characters.
requests that the procedure treat missing values in the variance computation as not missing completely at random (NOMCAR) for Taylor series variance estimation. When you specify the NOMCAR option, PROC SURVEYLOGISTIC computes variance estimates by analyzing the nonmissing values as a domain or subpopulation, where the entire population includes both nonmissing and missing domains. See the section Missing Values for more details.
By default, PROC SURVEYLOGISTIC completely excludes an observation from analysis if that observation has a missing value, unless you specify the MISSING option. Note that the NOMCAR option has no effect on a classification variable when you specify the MISSING option, which treats missing values as a valid nonmissing level.
The NOMCAR option applies only to Taylor series variance estimation. The replication methods, which you request with the VARMETHOD=BRR and VARMETHOD=JACKKNIFE options, do not use the NOMCAR option.
suppresses the internal sorting process to shorten the computation time if the data set is presorted by the STRATA and CLUSTER variables. By default, the procedure sorts the data by the STRATA variables if you use the STRATA statement; then the procedure sorts the data by the CLUSTER variables within strata. If your data are already stored by the order of STRATA and CLUSTER variables, then you can specify this option to omit this sorting process to reduce the usage of computing resources, especially when your data set is very large. However, if you specify this NOSORT option while your data are not presorted by STRATA and CLUSTER variables, then any changes in these variables creates a new stratum or cluster.
specifies the sampling rate as a nonnegative value, or specifies an input data set that contains the stratum sampling rates. The procedure uses this information to compute a finite population correction for Taylor series variance estimation. The procedure does not use the RATE= option for BRR or jackknife variance estimation, which you request with the VARMETHOD=BRR or VARMETHOD=JACKKNIFE option.
If your sample design has multiple stages, you should specify the first-stage sampling rate, which is the ratio of the number of PSUs selected to the total number of PSUs in the population.
For a nonstratified sample design, or for a stratified sample design with the same sampling rate in all strata, you should specify a nonnegative value for the RATE= option. If your design is stratified with different sampling rates in the strata, then you should name a SAS data set that contains the stratification variables and the sampling rates. See the section Specification of Population Totals and Sampling Rates for more details.
The value in the RATE= option or the values of _RATE_ in the secondary data set must be nonnegative numbers. You can specify value as a number between 0 and 1. Or you can specify value in percentage form as a number between 1 and 100, and PROC SURVEYLOGISTIC converts that number to a proportion. The procedure treats the value 1 as 100% instead of 1%.
If you do not specify the TOTAL= or RATE= option, then the Taylor series variance estimation does not include a finite population correction. You cannot specify both the TOTAL= and RATE= options.
specifies the total number of primary sampling units in the study population as a positive value, or specifies an input data set that contains the stratum population totals. The procedure uses this information to compute a finite population correction for Taylor series variance estimation. The procedure does not use the TOTAL= option for BRR or jackknife variance estimation, which you request with the VARMETHOD=BRR or VARMETHOD=JACKKNIFE option.
For a nonstratified sample design, or for a stratified sample design with the same population total in all strata, you should specify a positive value for the TOTAL= option. If your sample design is stratified with different population totals in the strata, then you should name a SAS data set that contains the stratification variables and the population totals. See the section Specification of Population Totals and Sampling Rates for more details.
If you do not specify the TOTAL= or RATE= option, then the Taylor series variance estimation does not include a finite population correction. You cannot specify both the TOTAL= and RATE= options.
specifies the variance estimation method. VARMETHOD=TAYLOR requests the Taylor series method, which is the default if you do not specify the VARMETHOD= option or the REPWEIGHTS statement. VARMETHOD=BRR requests variance estimation by balanced repeated replication (BRR), and VARMETHOD=JACKKNIFE requests variance estimation by the delete-1 jackknife method.
For VARMETHOD=BRR and VARMETHOD=JACKKNIFE you can specify method-options in parentheses. Table 85.1 summarizes the available method-options.
VARMETHOD= |
Variance Estimation Method |
Method-Options |
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BRR |
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JACKKNIFE |
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TAYLOR |
Taylor series linearization |
None |
Method-options must be enclosed in parentheses following the method keyword. For example:
varmethod=BRR(reps=60 outweights=myReplicateWeights)
The following values are available for the VARMETHOD= option:
requests balanced repeated replication (BRR) variance estimation. The BRR method requires a stratified sample design with two primary sampling units (PSUs) per stratum. See the section Balanced Repeated Replication (BRR) Method for more information.
You can specify the following method-options in parentheses following VARMETHOD=BRR:
requests Fay’s method, a modification of the BRR method, for variance estimation. See the section Fay’s BRR Method for more information.
You can specify the value of the Fay coefficient, which is used in converting the original sampling weights to replicate weights. The Fay coefficient must be a nonnegative number less than 1. By default, the value of the Fay coefficient equals 0.5.
names a SAS data set that contains the Hadamard matrix for BRR replicate construction. If you do not provide a Hadamard matrix with the HADAMARD= method-option, PROC SURVEYLOGISTIC generates an appropriate Hadamard matrix for replicate construction. See the sections Balanced Repeated Replication (BRR) Method and Hadamard Matrix for details.
If a Hadamard matrix of a given dimension exists, it is not necessarily unique. Therefore, if you want to use a specific Hadamard matrix, you must provide the matrix as a SAS data set in the HADAMARD= method-option.
In the HADAMARD= input data set, each variable corresponds to a column of the Hadamard matrix, and each observation corresponds to a row of the matrix. You can use any variable names in the HADAMARD= data set. All values in the data set must equal either or . You must ensure that the matrix you provide is indeed a Hadamard matrix—that is, , where is the Hadamard matrix of dimension and is an identity matrix. PROC SURVEYLOGISTIC does not check the validity of the Hadamard matrix that you provide.
The HADAMARD= input data set must contain at least variables, where denotes the number of first-stage strata in your design. If the data set contains more than variables, the procedure uses only the first variables. Similarly, the HADAMARD= input data set must contain at least observations.
If you do not specify the REPS= method-option, then the number of replicates is taken to be the number of observations in the HADAMARD= input data set. If you specify the number of replicates—for example, REPS=nreps—then the first nreps observations in the HADAMARD= data set are used to construct the replicates.
You can specify the PRINTH option to display the Hadamard matrix that the procedure uses to construct replicates for BRR.
names a SAS data set that contains replicate weights. See the section Balanced Repeated Replication (BRR) Method for information about replicate weights. See the section Replicate Weights Output Data Set for more details about the contents of the OUTWEIGHTS= data set.
The OUTWEIGHTS= method-option is not available when you provide replicate weights with the REPWEIGHTS statement.
When you provide your own Hadamard matrix with the HADAMARD= method-option, only the rows and columns of the Hadamard matrix that are used by the procedure are displayed. See the sections Balanced Repeated Replication (BRR) Method and Hadamard Matrix for details.
The PRINTH method-option is not available when you provide replicate weights with the REPWEIGHTS statement because the procedure does not use a Hadamard matrix in this case.
specifies the number of replicates for BRR variance estimation. The value of number must be an integer greater than 1.
If you do not provide a Hadamard matrix with the HADAMARD= method-option, the number of replicates should be greater than the number of strata and should be a multiple of 4. See the section Balanced Repeated Replication (BRR) Method for more information. If a Hadamard matrix cannot be constructed for the REPS= value that you specify, the value is increased until a Hadamard matrix of that dimension can be constructed. Therefore, it is possible for the actual number of replicates used to be larger than the REPS= value that you specify.
If you provide a Hadamard matrix with the HADAMARD= method-option, the value of REPS= must not be less than the number of rows in the Hadamard matrix. If you provide a Hadamard matrix and do not specify the REPS= method-option, the number of replicates equals the number of rows in the Hadamard matrix.
If you do not specify the REPS= or HADAMARD= method-option and do not include a REPWEIGHTS statement, the number of replicates equals the smallest multiple of 4 that is greater than the number of strata.
If you provide replicate weights with the REPWEIGHTS statement, the procedure does not use the REPS= method-option. With a REPWEIGHTS statement, the number of replicates equals the number of REPWEIGHTS variables.
requests variance estimation by the delete-1 jackknife method. See the section Jackknife Method for details. If you provide replicate weights with a REPWEIGHTS statement, VARMETHOD=JACKKNIFE is the default variance estimation method.
names a SAS data set that contains jackknife coefficients. See the section Jackknife Method for information about jackknife coefficients. See the section Jackknife Coefficients Output Data Set for more details about the contents of the OUTJKCOEFS= data set.
names a SAS data set that contains replicate weights. See the section Jackknife Method for information about replicate weights. See the section Replicate Weights Output Data Set for more details about the contents of the OUTWEIGHTS= data set.
The OUTWEIGHTS= method-option is not available when you provide replicate weights with the REPWEIGHTS statement.
requests Taylor series variance estimation. This is the default method if you do not specify the VARMETHOD= option or a REPWEIGHTS statement. See the section Taylor Series (Linearization) for more information.
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