Dominance Analysis Macros Dominance Analysis SAS Macros

For information and details about dominance analysis, refer to

Budescu, D. V. (1993), Dominance analysis: a new approach to the problem of relative importance of predictors in multiple regression, Psychological Bulletin, 114, 542-551;

or to

Azen, R., and Budescu D. V. (2003). The dominance analysis approach for comparing predictors in multiple regression . Psychological Methods, 8, 129-148.

These macros are written in SAS (version 8).

THE PROGRAMS:

DA tables macro (Click to download)
This program outputs the additional contributions table as discussed in Budescu (1993).
The OUTPUT of this program includes the following information:


DA macro (Click to download)
This program outputs the additional contributions table as discussed in Budescu (1993) as well as Dij values, means, standard errors and reproducibility results as discussed in Azen & Budescu (2003).
The OUTPUT of this program includes the following information:
Multivariate DA macro (Click to download).
This program outputs the additional contributions table as discussed in Azen & Budescu (2006).
This program will compute DA based on (1) each of q response variables (Y) separately; (2) a function of the q response variables taken together using multivariate R2; and (3) a function of the q response variables taken together using multivariate P2.
WARNING: This program is quite SLOW! Each bootstrap run may take about 30 seconds.


Logistic DA main program | Logistic DA macros (Click to download -- both programs needed).
This program provides output for the analysis of empirical data sets as discussed in Azen & Traxel (2009).
This program will compute DA for logistic regression using one binary response variable (Y) and p predictor variables.

If there are any problems with the programs, PLEASE LET ME KNOW.


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