Date: Sat, 13 Jul 1996 00:39:45 GMT
Reply-To: Martin Hofmann <mih@JONI.ANU.EDU.AU>
Sender: "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
From: Martin Hofmann <mih@JONI.ANU.EDU.AU>
Organization: Australian National University
Subject: External MODEL in NLIN?
I would like to use an external program as my MODEL in
a NLIN procedure. I would like to use the DUD method
which as I understand simply requires MODEL to return
a value for a given set of parameters B0, B1 ...
I have a program that can do this, but I don't know
how to get SAS to use this program in the MODEL.
What I want to do I see as being something like this
MODEL Y=`myfunc B0 B1 B2`
where the backquotes are the standard UNIX way of
returning a value from the execution on the command.
Does anyone know of an easy way of doing this?
I have looked around the web and in FAQs and even
in SAS manuals but so far without success.
Any pointers are appreciated.