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st: survival analysis question


From   "Baumer, Eric P." <BaumerE@msx.umsl.edu>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: survival analysis question
Date   Sun, 25 Jun 2006 07:44:59 -0500

Hi, 
 
I have a question about how to produce some specific output from a Cox Proportional Hazards model using Stata 9.  I have designated my data as survival data and want to estimate two types of models and generate the specified output:
 
1) a series of bivariate models with a single independent variable -- in each case, I am interested in generating the coefficients and standard errors for the independent variable and also the life table values for each value of a categorical variable or specified values for continuous variables;
 
and
 
2) a series of multivariate models with several independent variables -- here I want the coefficients and standard errors for all independent variables included in a given model, plus life table values for each value of a specified categorical variable or specified values for continuous variables adjusted for the other independent variables in the model. Ideally, these adjusted life table values could be generated assuming mean values on other independent variables and under other assumptions (e.g., 0 values on other variables, or values +- 1 standard deviation from their means).
 
Does anybody have some suggested code for accomplishing these objectives in an efficient manner?  I have done it using other programs but am somewhat new to using Stata.
 
Thanks, in advance, for your help.
 
Eric
 
E-mail: baumer@umsl.edu
 

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