[R] Type III tests and Cox models
therneau at mayo.edu
Mon Jan 20 23:56:53 CET 2014
This last brought forth a good chuckle. Perhaps combine them into a single entry?
On a serious note, to have someone of significant experience say that they hadn't heard of
SAS's method for doing "x", for nearly any x, marks a welcome climate change. (And took
nearly that long.)
The phreg procedure also added a "Scheffe test" of the overall hypothesis, by the way,
which no one here has yet back-engineered to figure out what they are doing. An F-test?
On 01/20/2014 04:18 PM, peter dalgaard wrote:
> On 20 Jan 2014, at 23:05 , Göran Broström <goran.brostrom at umu.se> wrote:
>> On 01/20/2014 07:02 PM, peter dalgaard wrote:
>>> On 20 Jan 2014, at 18:47 , Terry Therneau <therneau at mayo.edu> wrote:
>>>> The short summary: I was suspicious before, now I know for certain
>>>> that it is misguided, and the phreg implementation of the idea is
>>> A fortune candidate, if ever I saw one.
>> OK, but please state clearly that 'phreg' refers to a SAS procedure, not the function with the same name in the R package 'eha' (I should have chosen another name, had I ever heard of SAS).
> That'll be the 2nd fortune candidate of this evening...
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