Predictive Analysis Using Linear Regression With SAS
if you want to predict the weight of person depending on their height, then the weight will be the dependent variable, as it needs to predict, and the height is the independent variable.
In SAS, PROC REG is used for linear regression to find the relationship between two variables.
Syntax
PROC REG DATA = dataset;
MODEL var1 = var2;

dataset
is the name of the dataset. 
var1
andvar2
are the variables' names in the dataset used to find the correlation.
Here, you need to check for the P value and Rsquared value.

If the Rsquared Value is greater than 0.7, then your model is good.

If the P value is greater than 0.05, then the null hypothesis (h0) will be accepted. Otherwise, we will go for alternate hypothesis.
Simple Linear Regression
Modeling and establishing the relationship between one dependent variable and one independent variable is known as Simple Linear Regression.
y = β0 + β1x1 + ϵ

x1 is the independent variable.

y is the dependent variable.

β0 is constant.

β1 is the regression coefficient.

ϵ is an error.
Data Person_Data ;
input weight height;
datalines;
30 130
40 140
45 145
50 160
55 170
60 172
;
proc reg data=work.person_data alpha=0.05 plots(only)=(diagnostics residuals observedbypredicted);;
model weight=height;
output out=WORK.Reg_stats p=p_ lcl=lcl_ ucl=ucl_ rstudent = r ;
run;
quit;

weight
is the dependent variable. 
height
is the independent variable.
Output

Rsquared value is 0.9541 (95.41%) > 0.7 (70%). This means that your model is a good fit.

P value is 0.0008 < 0.05. This means that the height is a significant variable in your model.

The value of r is calculated to know if there are any outliers in any observations. If the value of r is greater than 2 and less than 2, then that observation has outliers. (Note: 2 < r < 2.)
In this case, there is no observation that falls under the outliers range. ucl is upper confidence limit and lcl is lower confidence limit.
Final Conclusion
The weight of the person is explained 95% by a significant variable (height).
Multiple Linear Regression
Modeling and establishing the relationship between one dependent variable and two or more independent variables is known as Multiple Linear Regression.
y = β0 + β1x1 + β2x2 + β3x3 + ϵ
x1, x2,and x3 are independent variables.
y is a dependent variable.
β0 is constant.
β1, β2, and β3 are regression coefficients.
ϵ is an error.
Data realstate_data ;
input sales_price no_of_bedroom no_of_flats no_of_garrage;
datalines;
300000 1 10 2
400000 1 10 3
600000 2 5 2
800000 3 3 2
1000000 4 3 2
;
proc reg data=work.realstate_data alpha=0.05 plots(only)=(diagnostics residuals observedbypredicted);;
model 'sales_price'n='no_of_bedroom'n 'no_of_flats'n 'no_of_garrage'n /;
output out=WORK.realstate_data_stats p=p_ lcl=lcl_ ucl=ucl_ rstudent = r ;
run;
quit;

sales_price
is the dependent variable. 
no_of_bedroom
,no_of_flats
, andno_of_garrage
are independent variables.
Output
The value of Rsquared is 0.9990 (99.99%) > 0.7 (70%). This means that your model is a good fit.
The value of P for all independent variables is > 0.05, so there's no significant variable in your model.
I hope this article gives you understanding for implementing linear regression with SAS.
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