Posts Tagged ‘ cox-proportional-hazard ’

Survival paper (update)

January 13, 2011
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Survival paper (update)

In a recent post, I discussed some  statistical consultancy I was involved with. I was quite proud of the nice ggplot2 graphics I had created. The graphs nicely summarised the main points of the paper: I’ve just had the proofs from the journal, and next to the graphs there is the following note: It is

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New paper: Survival analysis

December 8, 2010
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New paper: Survival analysis

Each year I try to carry out some statistical consultancy to give me experience in other areas of statistics and also to provide teaching examples. Last Christmas I was approached by a paediatric consultant from the RVI who wanted to carry out prospective survival analysis. The consultant, Bruce  Jaffray, had performed Nissen fundoplication surgery on

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