Goodness-of-fit criteria for the Cox model from left truncated and right censored data
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We propose a test for the proportional hazards (Cox) model which is oriented against wide classes of alternatives including monotone hazard ratios and crossings of survival functions and can be used when data are left truncated and right censored. The limit distribution of the test statistics is derived. Bibliography: 20 titles.
KeywordsData Analysis Null Hypothesis Real Data Survival Function Wide Classis
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