transrate | R Documentation |

The function assists in reorganizing certain types of data into a ratetable object.

transrate(men,women,yearlim,int.length=1)

`men` |
a matrix containing the yearly (conditional) probabilities
of one year survival for men. Rows represent age (increasing
1 year per line,starting with 0), the columns represent cohort
years (the limits are in |

`women` |
a matrix containing the yearly (conditional) probabilities of one year survival for women. |

`yearlim` |
the first and last cohort year given in the tables. |

`int.length` |
the length of intervals in which cohort years are given. |

This function only applies for ratetables that are organized by age, sex and year.

An object of class `ratetable`

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Package. Pohar M., Stare J. (2006) "Relative survival analysis in R." Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, **81**: 272–278

Relative survival: Pohar, M., Stare, J. (2007) "Making relative survival analysis relatively easy."
Computers in biology and medicine, **37**: 1741–1749.

`ratetable`

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men <- cbind(exp(-365.241*exp(-14.5+.08*(0:100))),exp(-365*exp(-14.7+.085*(0:100)))) women <- cbind(exp(-365.241*exp(-15.5+.085*(0:100))),exp(-365*exp(-15.7+.09*(0:100)))) table <- transrate(men,women,yearlim=c(1980,1990),int.length=10)

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