Date: Mon, 9 Feb 2004 10:07:03 -0500
Reply-To: Paul Kononoff <pjk2@MAPLE.UNH.EDU>
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From: Paul Kononoff <pjk2@MAPLE.UNH.EDU>
Subject: invocation of GLIMMIX ??
Excuse me if this is a trivial question. I am not a SAS programmer but find
the direction I receive from this list on some of my code very helpful.
My current query is as follows. I am trying to run the GLIMMIX macro to
evaluate some categorical data. It appears that I can't invoke the macro
itself and I can't seem to understand why. My code and resulting log can be
Does anyone know if GLIMMIX would be much different that evaluating the data
using MLwiN and STATA? The SAS-L archive lists a similar question but it
didn't appear to "invoke" a response!
Thanks in Advance. Your help and advice is always much appreciated!
OPTIONS PS=60 LS=80;
INFILE 'c:\GLIMMIX\test.dat' LRECL=1000;
INPUT CASE GT $ SEX $ KLOT CARWT YG QG $ QGDET $;
class type GT YG KLOT;
model QG = GT YG / solution;
THE RESULTING LOG:
WARNING: Apparent invocation of macro GLIMMIX not resolved.
NOTE: SCL source line.
ERROR 180-322: Statement is not valid or it is used out of proper order.