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2014 Preliminary Numbers

With the 2014 elections just six weeks away, I am pleased to announce that the Grossman Guide for Political Generalists will be returning for its sixth edition.   233 more words

Executive and Managerial Support

The last of the Lean Structure and Governance business drivers is less critical that the first two and the only one in this group a Lean organization can live without nevertheless its critical value is power and influence that may significantly speed the process up and provide a higher rate of penetration among the organizational structures. 199 more words

Lean Business Drivers

Seven Keys and Why They Are Important for Student Success

By now most Oak Ridgers with some knowledge of our school system have heard the term “Seven Keys to College and Career Readiness” but exactly what are why? 1,634 more words

Students

Planeación Estratégica y Balanced Scorecard

Por: Francisco Javier Godínez Jasso, Director de Plus Integral Consultores.

 

El proceso de la planeación estratégica, así como el establecimiento  del BSC, es complejo. Una planeación estratégica exitosa, no es solamente determinar mi misión, visión, valores así como las fuerzas y debilidades, oportunidades y amenazas, para luego establecer programas de mejora. 464 more words

UPDATE: SCORECARD part 2

Thursday night started with the beat down of the Green Bay Packers by the Seattle Seahawks. Last week we fooled around with scorecards for football. Here is the end result of that Thursday game on my score card. 410 more words

Rinehart Syndrome: Beyond Quotagate and Breach-gate. The bureaucratic assult and 'rape' of a unversity student by the SSAT.

‘Jay’ is an alias for a university student who was emotionally abused and traumatized by the Social Security Administrative Appeals Tribunal system. If you are reading this posting ‘Jay’, I have some ideas for you to consider, so please read on. 2,864 more words

SAS Macro Aligning The Logit Variable to A Scorecard with Specific PDO and Base Point

%macro align_score(data = , y = , logit = , pdo = , base_point = , base_odds = , min_point = 100, max_point = 900); 
***********************************************************; 
* THE MACRO IS TO ALIGN A LOGIT VARIABLE TO A SCORE WITH  *; 
* SPECIFIC PDO, BASE POINT, AND BASE ODDS                 *; 
* ======================================================= *; 
* PAMAMETERS:                                             *; 
*  DATA      : INPUT SAS DATA TABLE                       *; 
*  Y         : PERFORMANCE VARIABLE WITH 0/1 VALUE        *; 
*  LOGIT     : A LOGIT VARIABLE TO BE ALIGNED FROM        *; 
*  PDO       : PDO OF THE SCORE ALIGNED TO                *; 
*  BASE_POINT: BASE POINT OF THE SCORE ALIGNED TO         *; 
*  BASE_ODDS : ODDS AT BASE POINT OF THE SCORE ALIGNED TO *; 
*  MIN_POINT : LOWER END OF SCORE POINT, 100 BY DEFAULT   *; 
*  MAX_POINT : UPPER END OF SCORE POINT, 900 BY DEFAULT   *; 
* ======================================================= *; 
* OUTPUTS:                                                *; 
*  ALIGN_FORMULA.SAS                                      *; 
*  A SAS CODE WITH THE FORMULA TO ALIGN THE LOGIT FIELD   *; 
*  TO A SPECIFIC SCORE TOGETHER WITH THE STATISTICAL      *; 
*  SUMMARY OF ALIGN_SCORE                                 *;                                    
***********************************************************; 
 
options nocenter nonumber nodate mprint mlogic symbolgen 
        orientation = landscape ls = 150 formchar = "|----|+|---+=|-/\<>*"; 
 
%local b0 b1; 
 
data _tmp1 (keep = &y &logit); 
  set &data; 
  where &y in (0, 1) and &logit ~= .; 
run; 
 
ods listing close; 
ods output ParameterEstimates = _est1 (keep = variable estimate); 
proc logistic data = _last_ desc; 
  model &y = &logit; 
run; 
ods listing; 
 
data _null_; 
  set _last_; 
   
  if _n_ = 1 then do; 
    b = - (estimate + (log(&base_odds) - (log(2) / &pdo) * &base_point)) / (log(2) / &pdo); 
    call symput('b0', put(b, 15.8)); 
  end; 
  else do; 
    b = estimate / (log(2) / &pdo); 
    call symput('b1', put(b, 15.8)); 
  end; 
run; 
 
filename formula "ALIGN_FORMULA.SAS"; 
 
data _null_; 
  file formula; 
 
  put @3 3 * "*" " SCORE ALIGNMENT FORMULA OF %upcase(&logit) " 3 * "*" ";"; 
  put; 
  put @3 "ALIGN_SCORE = MAX(MIN(ROUND((%trim(&b0)) - (%trim(&b1)) * %upcase(&logit), 1), &max_point), &min_point);"; 
  put; 
run; 
 
data _tmp2; 
  set _tmp1; 
  %inc formula; 
run; 
 
proc summary data = _last_ nway; 
  class &y; 
  output out = _tmp3(drop = _type_ _freq_) 
  min(align_score) = min_scr max(align_score) = max_scr 
  median(align_score) = mdn_scr; 
run; 
 
data _null_; 
  set _last_; 
  file formula mod; 
 
  if _n_ = 1 then do; 
    put @3 3 * "*" " STATISTICAL SUMMARY OF ALIGN_SCORE BY INPUT DATA: " 3 * "*" ";"; 
  end; 
  put @3 "* WHEN %upcase(&y) = " &y ": MIN(SCORE) = " min_scr " MEDIAN(SCORE) = " mdn_scr " MAX(SCORE) = " max_scr "*;"; 
run; 
 
proc datasets library = work nolist; 
  delete _: (mt = data); 
run; 
quit; 
 
***********************************************************; 
*                     END OF THE MACRO                    *; 
***********************************************************;  
%mend align_score;
SAS