## SAS/STAT ® 9.22 User’s Guide The CATMOD Procedure (Book Excerpt)

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Citation Context ...ion of the quality of right-eye vision differs significantly from the distribution of the quality of left-eye vision in the same subjects. The test of the Side effect is equivalent to Bhapkar’s test (=-=Agresti 1990-=-) . Example 28.8: Repeated Measures, Logistic Analysis of Growth Curve The following data, from a longitudinal study reported in Koch et al. (1977), are from patients in four populations (2 diagnostic... |

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Citation Context ...aking the logarithms of the ratios of two probabilities. The denominator of the kth ratio is the cumulative probability, ck, corresponding to the kth level of the variable, and the numerator is 1 ck (=-=Agresti 1984-=-, 113–114). If a dependent variable has two levels, then PROC CATMOD computes its cumulative logit as the negative of its generalized logit. You should use cumulative logits only when the dependent va... |

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