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Decision Trees in Enterprise Guide

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Hi,

Can anyone point me in the right direction of a tutorial or process that would allow me to create a decision tree in Enterprise Guide (not Miner)?

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Mike
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Do you have PROC IML?

http://euclid.psych.yorku.ca/ftp/sas/macros/treedisc.sas


You will also need to find the xmacro.sas program in the following directory:

"!sasroot\stat\sample\xmacro.sas"
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Thanks for that. I do have xmacro.sas installed. My knowlege of SAS EG is limited (I usually use Miner). Can you please be a little more specifict as to how to use the http://euclid.psych.yorku.ca/ftp/sas/macros/treedisc.sas link? Step1 . . . Step 2 etc?

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Mike
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