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Survival Analysis Using Stata

On October 23–24 in New York City, Statistical Horizons is offering a two-day seminar on Survival Analysis Using Stata that will be taught by Dr. Paul D. Allison.

Topics include censoring, Kaplan–Meier estimation, Cox regression, time-dependent covariates, competing risks, discrete-time analysis, heterogeneity, stratification, and repeated events. No previous knowledge of survival analysis is required, although participants should have a good working knowledge of basic principles of statistical inference and linear regression. Some experience with logistic regression is also helpful.

Stata will be used for all examples. Stata commands include stset, sts list, sts graph, sts test , stcox, stcurve, logistic and cloglog.

The course will be held at the Club Quarters Hotel, 40 West 45th St. The midtown Manhattan location is within easy walking distance of Times Square and the Broadway theaters. Guest rooms are available at the hotel at a special rate.

The fee of $750 includes all course materials and a continental breakfast each day. If you register before September 1, the fee is discounted to $650.

To get more information and to register, click here.

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