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Survival Analysis: Techniques for Censored and Truncated Data, Second Edition

$79.50 each

Authors:
John P. Klein and Melvin L. Moeschberger
Publisher: Springer
Copyright: 2003
ISBN-13: 978-0-387-95399-1
Pages: 536; hardcover
Price: $79.50

Comment from the Stata technical group

This text is an essential reference for any researcher using techniques of survival analysis. Ideal for self-study or for a two-term graduate sequence in survival analysis, this book maintains a technical level suited for both the medical researcher and the professional statistician. Most impressive are the number and scope of real-data examples presented in the first chapter and used throughout the text.

Covered topics include basic terminology (e.g., hazards, censoring, mean residual life), nonparametric estimation, life tables, hazard estimation, nonparametric tests, Cox regression (including time-varying covariates and stratification), the additive hazards model, Cox regression diagnostics, parametric regression models, and multivariate analysis, including frailty models.

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