Description Usage Arguments Details References See Also Examples
This function creates an object of class Statistic
which can be added to an object of class AnalysisModel
.
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id |
defines the ID of the statistic. |
method |
defines the type of statistics/method for computing the statistic. |
samples |
defines a list of sample(s) (defined in the data model) to be used by the statistic method. |
par |
defines the parameter(s) of the method for computing the statistic. |
Objects of class Statistic
are used in objects of class AnalysisModel
to define the statistics to produce. Several objects of class Statistic
can be added to an object of class AnalysisModel
.
method
argument defines the statistical method. Several methods are already implemented in the Mediana package (listed below, along with the required parameters to define in the par
parameter):
MedianStat
: compute the median of the sample defined in the samples
argument.
MeanStat
: compute the mean of the sample defined in the samples
argument.
SdStat
: compute the standard deviation of the sample defined in the samples
argument.
MinStat
: compute the minimum of the sample defined in the samples
argument.
MaxStat
: compute the maximum of the sample defined in the samples
argument.
DiffMeanStat
: compute the difference of means between the two samples defined in the samples
argument. Two samples must be defined.
EffectSizeContStat
: compute the effect size for a continuous endpoint. Two samples must be defined.
RatioEffectSizeContStat
: compute the ratio of two effect sizes for a continuous endpoint. Four samples must be defined.
PropStat
: compute the proportion of the sample defined in the samples
argument.
DiffPropStat
: compute the difference of the proportions between the two samples defined in the samples
argument. Two samples must be defined.
EffectSizePropStat
: compute the effect size for a binary endpoint. Two samples must be defined.
RatioEffectSizePropStat
: compute the ratio of two effect sizes for a binary endpoint. Four samples must be defined.
HazardRatioStat
: compute the hazard ratio of the two samples defined in the samples
argument. Two samples must be defined. By default the Log-Rank method is used. Optional argument: method
taking as value Log-Rank
or Cox
.
EffectSizeEventStat
: compute the effect size for a survival endpoint (log of the HR). Two samples must be defined. Two samples must be defined. By default the Log-Rank method is used. Optional argument: method
taking as value Log-Rank
or Cox
.
RatioEffectSizeEventStat
: compute the ratio of two effect sizes for a survival endpoint. Four samples must be defined. By default the Log-Rank method is used. Optional argument: method
taking as value Log-Rank
or Cox
.
EventCountStat
: compute the number of events observed in the sample(s) defined in the samples
argument.
PatientCountStat
: compute the number of patients observed in the sample(s) defined in the samples
argument.
http://gpaux.github.io/Mediana/
See Also AnalysisModel
.
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