The InferenceSMR package provides functions to make inference about the standardized mortality ratio (SMR) when evaluating the effect of a screening program. The package is based on methods described in Sasieni (2003) and Talbot et al. (2011).

Author | Denis Talbot, Thierry Duchesne, Jacques Brisson, Nathalie Vandal |

Date of publication | 2013-05-23 17:41:26 |

Maintainer | Denis Talbot <denis.talbot@mat.ulaval.ca> |

License | GPL (>= 2) |

Version | 1.0 |

**contrib:** Weights calculation

**covariance:** Covariance between two survival probability estimates.

**est.expDeath:** Estimation of the expected number of deaths.

**function1:** Internal function for function 'var.expDeath'

**h:** h function as defined by Lin et al. (1994).

**incidences:** Incidences calculations.

**inference.SMR:** Inference about the standardized mortality ratio (SMR) when...

**InferenceSMR-package:** Inference about the standardized mortality ratio (SMR) when...

**req.objects:** Required objects to run some examples

**screening:** A population of size 10,000 for a screening program

**var.expDeath:** Variance estimation of the expected number of deaths

InferenceSMR

InferenceSMR/MD5

InferenceSMR/man

InferenceSMR/man/var.expDeath.Rd
InferenceSMR/man/screening.Rd
InferenceSMR/man/req.objects.Rd
InferenceSMR/man/inference.SMR.Rd
InferenceSMR/man/incidences.Rd
InferenceSMR/man/h.Rd
InferenceSMR/man/function1.Rd
InferenceSMR/man/est.expDeath.Rd
InferenceSMR/man/covariance.Rd
InferenceSMR/man/contrib.Rd
InferenceSMR/man/InferenceSMR-package.Rd
InferenceSMR/data

InferenceSMR/data/screening.rda

InferenceSMR/data/req.objects.rda

InferenceSMR/R

InferenceSMR/R/var.expDeath.R

InferenceSMR/R/inference.SMR.R
InferenceSMR/R/incidences.R
InferenceSMR/R/h.R
InferenceSMR/R/function1.R
InferenceSMR/R/est.expDeath.R
InferenceSMR/R/covariance.R
InferenceSMR/R/contrib.R
InferenceSMR/NAMESPACE

InferenceSMR/DESCRIPTION

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