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Re: st: Confidence interval for incidence rate
One way if you have the number of events and the person-time
denominator is to treat the numerator as a Poisson variate, get the
95% CI for the count (using PEPI, e.g.), and then dividing those 2
values by the person-time.
--- Paul O'Brien <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I can find confidence intervals for incidence rate ratio and
> difference but
> not a simple incidence rate.
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