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Can a repeated measures ANOVA be performed with SAS proc mixed?

SAS proc mixed is a very powerful procedure for a wide variety of statistical analyses, including repeated measures analysis of variance. We will illustrate how you can perform a repeated measures ANOVA using a standard type of analysis using proc glm and then show how you can perform the same analysis using proc mixed.

Is the SAS code for proc mixed correct?

DISCLAIMER: No guarantee is given for the correctness of the code herein. Recently, PROC MIXED was added to the palette of SAS/STAT procedures. One of PROC MIXED strengths is the analysis of statistical models with combined random and fixed effects.

Completely Randomized Design (CRD) CRD without subsampling proc glm data=yourdata; class tx; model y = tx; run; CRD with subsampling proc glm data=yourdata; class rep tx; model y = rep(tx) tx; test h=tx e=rep(tx); run; Note: SASwould use the remainder term as the error for all tests.

What is SAS code for some advanced experimental designs?

SAS Code for Some Advanced Experimental Designs This page was adapted from a page titled SAS Code for Some Experiemental Designs created by Oliver Schabenberger. We thank Professor Schabenberger for permission to adapt and distribute this page via our web site. DISCLAIMER: No guarantee is given for the correctness of the code herein.

How is one way ANOVA used in Proc GLM?

PROC GLM performs Levene’s Test for Homogeneity of Variances, the one-way ANOVA calculation, and corresponding post-hoc tests to help determine exactly where treatment differences occur. Here is the annotated code for the example. All assumption checks are provided along with the one-way ANOVA and post-hoc tests:

How many subjects are in a SAS study?

Pages 414-416. This example contains eight subjects ( sub ) with one between subjects IV with two levels ( group) and one within subjects IV with four levels (indicated by position dv1 – dv4 ). These data are read into a temporary SAS data file called wide below.

What is the p value for Welch’s ANOVA?

Pr > F – Levene’s Test for Equality of Variances shows a p-value of 0.3093. A significant p-value (P ≤ 0.05) would indicate that Welch’s ANOVA should be used in place of a standard one-way ANOVA. However since variances are considered equal (P > 0.05), the standard one-way ANOVA results can be reported.