# nphAlltest: nphAlltest A Wrapper Function In keaven/nphsim: Non proportional hazards sample size and simulation

## Description

A wrapper function to run all candidate tests for a treatment difference on given data

## Usage

 ```1 2``` ```nphAlltest(survival, cnsr, trt, cutpt = median(survival), KMtitle = "Kaplan-Meier Plot", cumhaztitle = "Cumulative Hazard Plot") ```

## Arguments

 `survival` time-to-event variable `cnsr` censoring variable: 1=censoring, 0=event `trt` treatment variable `cutpt` a cutpoint or cutpoints to use in defining time intervals for piecewise hazard ratio estimation `KMtitle` title for Kaplan-Meier plot `cumhaztitle` title for cumulative hazard plot

## Details

The function runs the following tests then consolidates key statistics into a summary table.
Log-Rank test/cox proportional hazard model, maximum weighted logrank (asymptotic p-value computation), restricted mean survival difference and ratio as well as restricted mean time lost ratio; note that the rmst2 default cutoff time of the minimum of the maximum observed time in each group.

## Value

The function returns a list with the following components

summary.stat

concatenated summary statistics including 1-sided p-value, point estimate (mean difference/ratio for RMST tests and hazard ratios for the rest tests), lower and upper bound of 95 percent confidence interval

hr.pe

Piecewise Cox model estimate, SE and 95 percent confidence limits for hazard ratio by intervals specified in cutpt

km.plot

Kaplan-Meier plot

cumhaz.plot

Cumulative hazard plot

## Examples

 ``` 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10``` ```set.seed(1) indf <- data.frame(trt=rep(c('control','experimental'),100),aval=rexp(200,c(0.002,0.0018)), event=rbinom(200,1,0.9)) out <- nphAlltest(survival=indf\$aval,cnsr=1-indf\$event,trt=indf\$trt) out\$summary.stat out\$km.plot out\$cumhaz.plot x1out <- with(Ex1delayedEffect, nphAlltest(month,1-evntd,trt=factor(trt,labels=c("control","experimental")))) x1out\$summary.stat summary(x1out\$fit,times=c(3,6,9)) ```

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