Provides flexible hazard ratio curves allowing non-linear relationships between continuous predictors and survival. To better understand the effects that each continuous covariate has on the outcome, results are ex pressed in terms of hazard ratio curves, taking a specific covariate value as reference. Confidence bands for these curves are also derived.

Author | Artur Araujo and Luis Meira-Machado <lmachado@math.uminho.pt> |

Date of publication | 2015-11-09 14:55:30 |

Maintainer | Artur Araujo <artur.stat@gmail.com> |

License | GPL (>= 2) |

Version | 1.0.2 |

**dfmacox:** Degrees of freedom in multivariate additive Cox models

**plot.HR:** Flexible hazard ratio curves taking a specific covariate...

**predict.HR:** predict method for an object of class 'HR'.

**print.HR:** print method for a Smooth Hazard Ratio Object

**smoothHR:** Smooth Hazard Ratio Curves Taking a Reference Value

**smoothHR-package:** Smooth Hazard Ratio Curves Taking a Reference Value

**whas500:** Worcester Heart Attack Study WHAS500 Data

smoothHR

smoothHR/inst

smoothHR/inst/CITATION

smoothHR/inst/NEWS.Rd

smoothHR/NAMESPACE

smoothHR/data

smoothHR/data/whas500.rda

smoothHR/R

smoothHR/R/smoothHR.R
smoothHR/R/dfpsuniv.R
smoothHR/R/dfnsmult.R
smoothHR/R/predict.HR.R
smoothHR/R/plot.HR.R
smoothHR/R/dfnsuniv.R
smoothHR/R/print.HR.R
smoothHR/R/dfmacox.R
smoothHR/MD5

smoothHR/DESCRIPTION

smoothHR/man

smoothHR/man/smoothHR.Rd
smoothHR/man/smoothHR-package.Rd
smoothHR/man/print.HR.Rd
smoothHR/man/dfmacox.Rd
smoothHR/man/whas500.Rd
smoothHR/man/plot.HR.Rd
smoothHR/man/predict.HR.Rd
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