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Tips Talk:Accurately Calculate AUC in SAS

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This tip should not have been promoted to Tip Ready for two reasons:

  1. Reviewers, not the author, make that determination.
  2. 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 wiki page

--Phil Miller (STATPROF) 17:48, 12 February 2010 (UTC)

SAS-L link is broken

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)