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Title Analysis of failure and survival data / by Peter J. Smith.
Imprint Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, an imprint of Chapman and Hall/CRC, [2017]
©2002

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Edition First edition.
Description 1 online resource (266 pages) : 27 illustrations
Series Chapman & Hall/CRC Texts in Statistical Science
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Subject Clinical trials.
Failure time data analysis.
Medicine -- Research -- Statistical methods.
Prognosis -- Statistical methods.
Research.
Statistics -- Methods.
Genre Methods (Music)
Contents Chapter 1 Survival Distributions / Peter J. Smith -- chapter 2 Hazard Models / Peter J. Smith -- chapter 3 Reliability of Systems / Peter J. Smith -- chapter 4 Data Plots / Peter J. Smith -- chapter 5 Censoring and Lifetables / Peter J. Smith -- chapter 6 The Product-Limit Estimator / Peter J. Smith -- chapter 7 Parametric Survival Models under Censoring / Peter J. Smith -- chapter 8 Fitting Parametric Regression Models / Peter J. Smith -- chapter 9 Cox Proportional Hazards / Peter J. Smith -- chapter 10 Linear Regression with Censored Data / Peter J. Smith -- chapter 11 Buckley-James Diagnostics and Applications / Peter J. Smith.
Summary Analysis of Failure and Survival Data is an essential textbook for graduate-level students of survival analysis and reliability and a valuable reference for practitioners. It focuses on the many techniques that appear in popular software packages, including plotting product-limit survival curves, hazard plots, and probability plots in the context of censored data. The author integrates S-Plus and Minitab output throughout the text, along with a variety of real data sets so readers can see how the theory and methods are applied. He also incorporates exercises in each chapter that provide valuable problem-solving experience. In addition to all of this, the book also brings to light the most recent linear regression techniques. Most importantly, it includes a definitive account of the Buckley-James method for censored linear regression, found to be the best performing method when a Cox proportional hazards method is not appropriate. Applying the theories of survival analysis and reliability requires more background and experience than students typically receive at the undergraduate level. Mastering the contents of this book will help prepare students to begin performing research in survival analysis and reliability and provide seasoned practitioners with a deeper understanding of the field.
Other Author CRC Press.
Other Title Print version: 9781138469570