Hmm, I just read the discussion with dale, so I think my earlier question
does not mean anything. I honestly don't feel like using interclass
correlation though. So I think I will just use CS method to calculate the
intraclass correlation and ante method to get anwers to everything else. I
can report that in the paper like that. What do you think?
Akin Pala, Ph.D.
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"Akin Pala" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:3f0191b7@shknews01...
> I can calculate intraclass correlation if I type
> proc mixed etc.;
> repeated/type=cs subject=id;
> by correlation=common variance/common var+residual variance which is
> something like
> 0.74/(0.74 + 0.57) = 0.57.
> RCORR gives me a 1.
> Using UN with repeated/type=un subject=id;
> gives me some other number like 1.30
> Is there any way to calculate intraclass correlation using Unstructured
> Also, is there any way to calculate that number in proc genmod repeated
> statement? It does not accept rcorr; not that I saw any use for it :)
> So, is there any one out there who knows the answer to those? I am just
> confused about UN vs CS and I want to calculate intraclass corr using UN
> because UN gives me Akaikes IC=+89.1 while CS gives me -90.1 and Schwarz
> bayesian is -90.1 for UN and -92.1 for CS.
> Thanks and I appreciate any answer...
> Akin Pala, Ph.D.