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Given a vector of cumulative-risk ratios, computes risk ratios

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`CRR` |
vector of cumulative risk ratios of length |

`DT` |
vector of time increments upon which the cumulative ratios
represent. For example if the hazard takes values
$h_1, h_2, ..., h_m$ on the intervals $[t_1, t_2), [t_2, t_3),
..., [t_m, t_m+1)$ then |

`h` |
The hazard in the reference arm, of length |

The vector of risk ratios at the `m`

time points

Grant Izmirlian <[email protected]>

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PwrGSD documentation built on May 31, 2017, 2:32 a.m.

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