English, Article edition: STCOXPLT: Stata module to plot predicted survival curves from Cox model Joanne M. Garrett

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Title
  • STCOXPLT: Stata module to plot predicted survival curves from Cox model
Author
  • Joanne M. Garrett
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  • code
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  • stcoxplt plots the predicted survival curves estimated from the Cox Proportional Hazards model by categories of a nominal x variable (one survivor function); dummy variables are created from the x variable and renamed x2, x3, etc., with the lowest category the reference group; covariates are centered by default based on the observations used in the model, or can be set to specified values; optionally, the model is printed. You must have stset your data before using this command. This is an update of software published as ssa12 in STB-44.
  • survival, proportional hazards model
  • RePEc:boc:bocode:s396302
Language
  • English
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