Conditional statements refers to statement that are only executed if a condition holds true. If the statement is false another statement is executed. This is the basic logic of an if statement. The following chart is an example of the logic followed by an if statement whereby if the value of x is less than 5 'smaller' is printed to the screen. If the value of x is more than 10 then'larger' is printed to the screen.
I previously showed an easy way to visualize a regression model that has several continuous explanatory variables: use the SLICEFIT option in the EFFECTPLOT statement in SAS to create a sliced fit plot. The EFFECTPLOT statement is directly supported by the syntax of the GENMOD, LOGISTIC, and ORTHOREG procedures in SAS/STAT.
MANILA – Chinese pressure was blamed Thursday for a stunning diplomatic U-turn by Southeast Asian Nations that saw them retract a statement sounding alarm over Beijing's island building in the South China Sea. The chaotic events at the end of a meeting of foreign ministers from China and the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) on Tuesday have led to allegations of bullying by Beijing. The document, released by ASEAN member Malaysia and described as a joint statement from the bloc, warned developments in the hotly contested South China Sea could "undermine peace, security and stability." The statement specified "land reclamation" as a source of tension, a clear reference to China's massive island building activities where it is trying to cement a claim to almost the whole sea. But just hours later, Malaysia said the grouping was retracting the statement for "urgent amendments," but offered no reason.
This expert-written guide goes beyond the usual gibberish and explore practical Financial Statement Analysis as used by investment bankers and equity research analysts. What is Financial Statement Analysis / Ratio Analysis Solvency Ratios Turnover Ratios Operating Efficiency Ratios Operating Profitability Ratios #19 – Return on Equity or Return on Owner's Equity Business Risk Financial Risk Ratio Analysis – External Liquidity Risk Vertical Analysis (also called as Common Size Statements Analysis) – It compares the each item of to the base case of the financial statements. All income statement items are expressed as percentage of Sales. Vertical Analysis (also called as Common Size Statements Analysis) – It compares the each item of to the base case of the financial statements. All income statement items are expressed as percentage of Sales.