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Date:         Tue, 25 Apr 2000 11:34:48 -0700
Reply-To:     Puddin' Man <pudding_man@ALTAVISTA.COM>
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:         Puddin' Man <pudding_man@ALTAVISTA.COM>
Subject:      Re: V8 Docs FAQ: White's test for ...
Comments: To: dmclerra@FHCRC.ORG
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On Tue, 25 April 2000, Dale McLerran wrote: > > I find this strange. I don't have version 8 yet, only version 7. > When I perform the search in version 7, I find 12 pages in the > online documentation with reference to White in the SAS/STAT > volume. One of those is "Testing for heteroscedasticity" which > mentions the SPEC option and PROC REG. Unfortunately, the SPEC > option is not a hyperlink, so there would be another search > required in order to get to the page which describes the SPEC > option.

With some help from Tom P. I later found that the search works OK if I search in "SAS/STAT Users Guide" instead of "SAS/STAT". I assumed (Lord Hep' Me) that it would auto- magically search sub-categories of "SAS/STAT", namely "Users Guide". Just Another Blind Alley ...

> By the way, I have not been able to use the online documentation > under Navigator. I have to use IE.

If you're using IE5 I wouldn't be surprised if it works a bit better than, say, Nav. 4.08. I've run it a little with IE5 at home (they don't support it at work) and haven't noticed any problem.

Zalut, Puddin'

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