OUTPUT
OUT=SASdataset keyword=names <…keyword=names> </ options> ;
The OUTPUT statement specifies an output data set to contain statistics calculated for each observation. For each statistic, specify the keyword, an equal sign, and a variable name for the statistic in the output data set. All of the names appearing in the OUTPUT statement must be valid SAS names, and none of the new variable names can match a variable already existing in the data set to which PROC NLIN is applied.
If an observation includes a missing value for one of the independent variables, both the predicted value and the residual value are missing for that observation. If the iterations fail to converge, all the values of all the variables named in the OUTPUT statement are missing values.
Table 63.4 summarizes the options available in the OUTPUT statement.
Table 63.4: OUTPUT Statement Options
Option 
Description 

Output data set and OUTPUT statement options 

Specifies the level of significance 

Saves the first derivatives of the model 

Specifies the output data set 

Keyword options 

Specifies the tangential leverage 

Specifies the Jacobian leverage 

Specifies the lower bound of an approximate 95% prediction interval 

Specifies the lower bound of an approximate 95% confidence interval for the mean 

Specifies the lower bound of an approximate % prediction interval 

Specifies the lower bound of an approximate % confidence interval for the mean 

Specifies the direction of maximum local influence 

Specifies the parameter estimates 

Specifies the predicted values 

Specifies the projected residuals 

Specifies the standardized projected residuals 

Specifies the mean of the residuals 

Specifies the residuals 

Specifies the residual sum of squares 

Specifies the standard error of the individual predicted value 

Specifies the standard error of the mean predicted value 

Specifies the standard error of the residual 

Specifies the standardized residuals 

Specifies the upper bound of an approximate 95% prediction interval 

Specifies the upper bound of an approximate 95% confidence interval for the mean 

Specifies the upper bound of an approximate % prediction interval 

Specifies the upper bound of an approximate % confidence interval for the mean 

Specifies the special variable 
You can specify the following options in the OUTPUT statement. For a description of computational formulas, see Chapter 4: Introduction to Regression Procedures.
The following values can be calculated and output to the new data set.
You can specify the following options in the OUTPUT statement after a slash (/) :