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st: RE: G-Estimation
A simple -search- yields a result and the thought that you could
(indeed should) have done this yourself. Statalist members on
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Incidentally, -findit- finds lots more, but my guess is that -findit-
is reacting to "estimation", rather than "G-estimation".
. search G-estimation
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SJ-2-2 st0014 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G-estimation of causal effects
(help stgest if installed) . . . . . . J. A. C. Sterne and K. Tilling
Q2/02 SJ 2(2):164--182
implementation of G-estimation to estimate the effect of
a time-varying exposure on survival time, allowing for
Lang'o Odondi, a.k.a Bull
> Does anybody out there know any Stata command (and example)
> for G-computation
> for causal modelling? Thanks for all your support and assistance.
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