This is a page where I am noting resources, as I come across them,
for my own and my students' use.
Sources of online information
- Statistical methods
(Methods and Data) has various E-books, many available for
online viewing (link)
hazards (Cox regression)
statistical softwares site (link)
has a good, basic explanation. Only minimal math comfort required.
Proportional Hazards Survival Regression (John C. Pezzullo,
Interactive Statistics page). Explanations at various
proportional hazards models (Elizabeth R. Brown, University
of Washington, lecture in BIOST 515, Introduction to regression
models). Lecture bullets, but detailed. Requires some
comfort with math. (link)
at Sung Eun Kim's (University of Cincinatti) Statistical Consulting
course website (may be a chapter from an S+ manual). Clear
and comprehensive but requires more comfort with math (link)
The Cox Proportional Hazards Model, Quantlets MD*Stat (link).
A mathematical treatment.
Rothman's Episheet - spreadsheets for analyzing epidemiologic