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Net survival estimation with stns
I. Clerc-Urmès, M. Grzebyk, and G. Hédelin. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 1.
strel2: A command for estimating excess hazard and relative survival in large population-based studies
M. Hills, B. Rachet, and M. Falcaro. 2014.
Stata Journal Volume 14 Number 1.
Attributable and unattributable risks and fractions and other scenario comparisons
Roger B. Newson. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 4.
Flexible parametric illness-death models
S. R. Hinchliffe, D. A. Scott, and P. C. Lambert. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 4.
A command for Laplace regression
M. Bottai and N. Orsini. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 2.
Extending the flexible parametric survival model for competing risks
S. R. Hinchliffe and P. C. Lambert. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 2.
Joint modeling of longitudinal and survival data
M. J. Crowther, K. R. Abrams, and P. C. Lambert. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 1.
Review of Flexible Parametric Survival Analysis Using Stata: Beyond the Cox Model by Patrick Royston and Paul C. Lambert
N. Orsini. 2013.
Stata Journal Volume 13 Number 1.
Fitting and modeling cure in population-based cancer studies within the framework of flexible parametric survival models
T. M.-L. Andersson and P. C. Lambert. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 4.
Tools to simulate realistic censored survival-time distributions
P. Royston. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 4.
Simulating complex survival data
M. J. Crowther and P. C. Lambert. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 4.
Threshold regression for time-to-event analysis: The stthreg package
T. Xiao, G. A. Whitmore, X. He, and M.-L. T. Lee. 2012.
Stata Journal Volume 12 Number 2.
Stata tip 94: Manipulation of prediction parameters for parametric survival regression models
T. Boswell and R. G. Gutierrez. 2011.
Stata Journal Volume 11 Number 1.
Comparing the predictive powers of survival models using Harrell's C or Somers' D
R. B. Newson. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 3.
Regression analysis of censored data using pseudo-observations
E. T. Parner and P. K. Andersen. 2010.
Stata Journal Volume 10 Number 3.
A menu-driven facility for sample-size calculation in novel multiarm, multistage randomized controlled trials with a time-to-event outcome
F. M.-S. Barthel, P. Royston, and M. K. B. Parmar. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 4.
Further development of flexible parametric models for survival analysis
P. C. Lambert and P. Royston. 2009.
Stata Journal Volume 9 Number 2.
Multiple imputation of missing values: further update of ice, with an emphasis on interval censoring
P. Royston. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 4.
Modeling of the cure fraction in survival studies
P. C. Lambert. 2007.
Stata Journal Volume 7 Number 3.
Graphical representation of interactions
F. M.-S. Barthel and P. Royston. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 3.
Explained variation for survival models
P. Royston. 2006.
Stata Journal Volume 6 Number 1.
Buckley–James method for analyzing censored data, with an application to a cardiovascular disease and an HIV/AIDS study
J. Cui. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 4.
Review of Regression Methods in Biostatistics: Linear, Logistic, Survival, and Repeated Measures Models by Vittinghoff, Glidden, Shiboski, and McCulloch
S. Lemeshow and M. L. Moeschberger. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 2.
A menu–driven facility for complex sample size calculation in randomized controlled trials with a survival or a binary outcome: Update
F. M.-S. Barthel, P. Royston, and A. Babiker. 2005.
Stata Journal Volume 5 Number 1.
Controlling for time–dependent confounding using marginal structural models
Z. Fewell, M. A. Hernán, F. Wolfe, K. Tilling, H. Choi, J. A. C. Sterne. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 4.
Multiple imputation of missing values
P. Royston. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 3.
Compliance–adjusted intervention effects in survival data
L. G. Kim and I. R. White. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 3.
Cumulative incidence estimation in the presence of competing risks
V. Coviello and M. Boggess. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 2.
From the help desk: Kaplan–Meier plots with stsatrisk
J. M. Linhart, J. S. Pitblado, and J. Hassell. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 1.
Flexible parametric alternatives to the Cox model: update
P. Royston. 2004.
Stata Journal Volume 4 Number 1.
Using Aalen's linear hazards model to investigate time–varying effects in the proportional hazards regression model
D. W. Hosmer and P. Royston. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 4.
Programmable GLM: Two user–defined links
W. Guan & R. G. Gutierrez. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 4.
Review of An Introduction to Survival Analysis Using Stata
D. W. Hosmer. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 4.
strbee: Randomization–based efficacy estimator
I. R. White, S. Walker, and A. Babiker. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 2.
A menu–driven facility for complex sample size calculation in randomized controlled trials with a survival or a binary outcome
P. Royston and A. Babiker. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 2.
G–estimation of causal effects, allowing for time–varying confounding
J. A. C. Sterne and K. Tilling. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 2.
Parametric frailty and shared frailty survival models
R. G. Gutierrez. 2002.
Stata Journal Volume 2 Number 1.
Flexible parametric alternatives to the Cox model, and more
P. Royston. 2001.
Stata Journal Volume 1 Number 1.

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