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An Introduction to survival analysis using stata

By: Cleves, Mario.
Contributor(s): Gould, William | Gutierrez, Roberto G | Marchenko, Yulia V.
Publisher: Texas Stata Press 2010Edition: 3rd ed.Description: xxviii, 412 p.ISBN: 9781597180740.Subject(s): Computer and Information system | Stata | Statistics - Econometric models | Survival analysis (Biometry)DDC classification: 005.55 Summary: The third edition has been updated for Stata 11, and it includes a new chapter on competing-risks analysis. This chapter describes the problems posed by competing events (events that impede the failure event of interest) and covers estimation of cause-specific hazards and cumulative incidence functions. Other additions include the handling of missing values by multiple imputation in Cox regression, a new-to-Stata-11 system for specifying categorical (factor) variables and their interactions, three additional diagnostic measures for Cox regression, and a more efficient syntax for obtaining predictions and diagnostics after Cox regression.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [393]-399) and indexes.

The third edition has been updated for Stata 11, and it includes a new chapter on competing-risks analysis. This chapter describes the problems posed by competing events (events that impede the failure event of interest) and covers estimation of cause-specific hazards and cumulative incidence functions. Other additions include the handling of missing values by multiple imputation in Cox regression, a new-to-Stata-11 system for specifying categorical (factor) variables and their interactions, three additional diagnostic measures for Cox regression, and a more efficient syntax for obtaining predictions and diagnostics after Cox regression.

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