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Event History Analysis



July 1991 | 182 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This book provides a systematic introduction to models, methods and applications of event history analysis. Yamaguchi emphasizes 'hands on' information, including the use and misuse of samples, models and covariates in applications, the structural arrangement of input data, the specification of various models in such computer programs as SAS-LOGIST and SPSSX-LOGLINEAR, and the interpretation of parameters estimated from models. The book also explores such significant topics as missing data, hazard rate, Cox's partial likelihood model, survivor function, and discrete-time logit models.
 
Introduction
What is Event History Analysis?

 
 
Discrete Time-Logit Model
The Analysis of One-Way Transition

 
 
Discrete Time-Logit Model
The Analysis of Two-Way Transitions

 
 
Log-Rate Models for Piecewise Constant Rates
 
Continuous-Time Models with Cox's Method
Proportional Hazards Models, Non-Proportional Hazards Models, and Stratified Models

 
 
Continuous-Time Models with Cox's Method
Use of Time-Dependent Covariates and Related Issues

 
 
Final Remarks Before Getting One's Own Research Started

Kazuo Yamaguchi

Professor Yamaguchi is interested in statistical models for social data and mathematical models for social phenomena, the life course, rational choice, exchange networks, stratification and mobility, demography for family and employment, process of drug use progression. His current research focuses on models of exchange networks and women's occupational careers in Japanese society. More About Author

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ISBN: 9780803933248
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