# Posts Tagged ‘ plot ’

## Example 9.23: Demonstrating proportional hazards

March 13, 2012
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A colleague recently asked after a slide suitable for explaining proportional hazards. In particular, she was concerned that her audience not focus on the time to event or probability of the event. An initial thought was to display the cumulative haz...

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## Example 8.33: Merging data sets one-to-many

April 5, 2011
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It's often necessary to combine data from two data sets for further analysis. Such merging can be one-to-one, many-to-one, and many-to-many. The most common form is the one-to-one match, which we cover in section 1.5.7. Today we look at a one-to-man...

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## Example 8.30: Compare Poisson and negative binomial count models

March 15, 2011
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How similar can a negative binomial distribution get to a Poisson distribution?When confronted with modeling count data, our first instinct is to use Poisson regression. But in practice, count data is often overdispersed. We can fit the overdispersio...

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## Example 7.41: hazard function plotting

June 14, 2010
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As we continue with our series on survival analysis, we demonstrate how to plot estimated (smoothed) hazard functions. RWe will utilize the routines available in the muhaz package. Background information on the methods can be found in K.R. Hess, D.M....

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