Date: Fri, 23 Aug 2002 14:12:40 -0600
Reply-To: Jack Hamilton <JackHamilton@FIRSTHEALTH.COM>
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From: Jack Hamilton <JackHamilton@FIRSTHEALTH.COM>
Subject: Re: 3sls with ar(1)
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I apologize for my mischaracterization of your question.
The general question, however, still holds: why are there so many
questions on SAS-L which could be answered more quickly by looking at
Manager, Technical Development
METRICS Department, First Health
West Sacramento, California USA
>>> jason <jshy_us@YAHOO.COM> 08/22/2002 6:43 AM >>>
Thanks for everyone's response! I will check out STAT's discussion.
Jack, I have not found any proof that my question can be solved by
n the SAS OnlineDoc, at least in an easy way. Yes, I have read through
the online documents on SYSLIN (which has 3sls built in), ARIMA,
and Autoreg. SYSLIN is the only place where one can run a 3sls model,
as explained by my original question, it does not allow
correction (AR(1)) within the framework of 3sls.
On Wed, 21 Aug 2002 18:27:40 -0600, Jack Hamilton
>Indeed, "3SLS" is in the SAS documentation online master index.
>SAS-L gets many of questions which could be answered by looking in
>documentation. Some answers are not easy to find, I admit, but this
>is. What's the problem? Are there sites which don't install the
>documentation? Do users not even know that the index exists?
>I recall once installing a program (I think it was PGP) which looked
>for the documentation file at startup, and if the docs weren't there
>program wouldn't run.
>Manager, Technical Development
>METRICS Department, First Health
>West Sacramento, California USA
>>>> "Andrew H. Karp" <sfbay0001@AOL.COMNOPE> 08/21/2002 4:56 PM >>>
>How about reading the PROC ARIMA documentation?
>Andrew H. Karp
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