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Tips Talk:Accurately Calculate AUC in SAS
This tip should not have been promoted to Tip Ready for two reasons:
- Reviewers, not the author, make that determination.
- As discussed on the category page for Tip to be Reviewed, severals users with knowledge in the area need to comment that this tip is a good tip and should be used. No on has yet to review this tip from a technical perspective.
--Don Henderson 21:58, 30 October 2009 (UTC)
This tip seems a bit code heavy. I would suggest that the bulk be moved to an article, although the link to SAS-l is good. Perhaps the the tip can summarize the process - currently done in the text. --Art Carpenter 02:48, 10 November 2009 (UTC)
Will delete code and insert an URL for the sample code. ---Liang Xie 23:38 CST Dec 9, 2009
Great progress in this tip; it looks great; I'm not conversant in the science/stat. Keep up the good work! Charlie Shipp 00:03, 24 December 2009 (UTC)
Add some more information Liang Xie X'mas 2009
looks good to me
This is a well known equivalence - nice to have the code.
Might be good to have the code in an actual sasCommunity.org wiki page
--Phil Miller (STATPROF) 17:48, 12 February 2010 (UTC)
For me, the SAS-L link appears to be broken now. I think the message thread being referred to is Re: logtistic C statistic from 22 October 2009. Unfortunately, text of the tip doesn't provide enough clues to confirm this absolutely. It would be a good idea if a bibliographic type of reference to a SAS-L message was used rather than simply a raw URL. Then if a URL ever turns rotten, an alternative link can be found. - Cameron (talk) 20:34, 13 July 2015 (CDT)