Confidence bands for multiplicative hazards models: Flexible resampling approaches.

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Summary of "Confidence bands for multiplicative hazards models: Flexible resampling approaches."

We propose new resampling-based approaches to construct asymptotically valid time simultaneous confidence bands for cumulative hazard functions in multi-state Cox models. In particular, we exemplify the methodology in detail for the simple Cox model with time dependent covariates, where the data may be subject to independent right-censoring or left-truncation. We use simulations to investigate their finite sample behaviour. Finally, the methods are utilized to analyze two empirical examples with survival and competing risks data. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.


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Name: Biometrics
ISSN: 1541-0420


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