I'm not getting any error messages regarding this line of code, but I'm also unable to find the actual dat file with the results. I've tried a couple of locations, but can't find the file. Do you have any ideas why this might be happening?
Look at the end of the output. Does it say it was saved? If so, copy the name of the file and search for it on your computer. Otherwise, send the output and your license number to email@example.com.
Go to the output where you saved the results. You will see what is saved. The order of the parameters is taken from the numbers in TECH1.
Allison posted on Tuesday, January 21, 2020 - 8:07 am
I am similarly trying to extract additional decimal points for results from a BCH comparison in multilevel LPA. I have the following commands included at the end of my syntax:
OUTPUT: Tech7; Tech11; Tech14;
SAVEDATA: FILE=Test1.dat; SAVE=CPROB; RESULTS are decimals.dat;
I received an output file similar to the comment above from Kathy Vu that is difficult to match up to the BCH results, particularly since the BCH results don't seem to be appearing in the Test1.dat file. Is there a different way to export this information so I can obtain four decimal points for each BCH comparison?