English, Article edition: SEAST: Stata module to calculate tests for seasonality with a variable population at risk Mark S. Pearce; Richard Feltbower

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  • SEAST: Stata module to calculate tests for seasonality with a variable population at risk
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  • Mark S. Pearce
  • Richard Feltbower
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  • seast tests for seasonality of a binary outcome with a variable population at risk. Two tests are available, the Edwards test, and the Walter and Elwood test. The Edwards test takes no account of the variation in the population at risk, and so does not require the population to be necessarily specified. The Walter and Elwoods test takes account of the population at risk and the fact that it may vary between months. This is a corrected version of the routine published in STB-56 as sg149.
  • seasonality, binary outcome, population at risk
  • RePEc:boc:bocode:s450001
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