PAQUID is a prospective cohort study initiated in 1988 in South Western France to explore functional and cerebral ageing. This sample includes n=2561 subjects. Data contains a time-to-event (minimum between time from enrolment to dementia onset and time from enrolment to death without dementia), a status indicator, and two cognitive scores measured at baseline.
A data frame with 2561 observations on the following 4 variables.
: the time-to-event (in years). It is defined as the minimum between time from enrolment to dementia onset and time from enrolment to death without dementia.
: the status indicator :
0 = censored,
1 = dementia onset and
2 = death without dementia.
: score at the Digit Symbol Substitution Score Test measured at baseline. This test explores attention and psychomotor speed.
: score at the Mini Mental State Examination measured at baseline. This test is often used as an index of global cognitive performance.
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