BIOS602 Resources: Lifetable Regression
[updated February 26, 2015]
Book Chapters, Articles, Presentations
- Clayton & Hills, Chapter 30. pdf
- Cox DR. Regression models and Lifetables, JRSS 1972.
- Reid, N. A Conversation with Sir David Cox. Statistical Science, Vol. 9, No. 3. (Aug., 1994), pp. 439-455.
Hanley J. Survival analysis; risk sets; case control studies:
a unified view
of some epidemiologic data-analyses (draft of a 2-part article)
Lagakos, Wessen, Zelen; JASA '86.
Analysis of Contaminated Well Water and Health Effects in Woburn, Mass.
Julien M and Hanley JA. Profile-specific survival estimates:
Making reports of clinical trials more patient-relevant. Clinical Trials 2008; 5: 107-115.
Hanley JA. The Breslow Estimator of the Nonparametric Baseline Survivor Function
in Cox's Regression Model: Some Heuristics. Epidemiology, Volume 19, Number 1, January 2008 101-102.
Note on section 8 (Estimation of Distribution of Failure-Time) of Cox's 1972 paper,
and on 1973 Kalbfleisch & Prentice estimator ... jh 2008.03.18
Hanley JA and Miettinen OS. Fitting Smooth-in-Time Prognostic Risk
Functions via Logistic Regression.
The International Journal of Biostatistics, Vol 5, Issue 1 2009 Article 3.
Hanley JA, Turner E, Bellera C, Teltsch D.
How long did their hearts go on? A Titanic study.
British Medical Journal, Dec 2003; 327: 1457 - 1458. (Christmas Edition)
Hanley JA. A finely stratified log-rank test with effectively-infinite-size comparison groups.
Abstract and Presentation at
annual Conference of Applied Statistics in Ireland (CASI), 2006.
and at (Montreal) CRM Workshop Survival Analysis, Nov 4-6, 2005.
- Ishak K, Hanley JA, and Caro.
Biased Estimates of Effect when a Strong but Balanced Covariate is Omitted
from a Proportional Hazards Model
Applications, Datasets, Code, Annimations
Notes and Exercises