simPH (1.3.10)
Tools for Simulating and Plotting Quantities of Interest Estimated from Cox Proportional Hazards Models.
https://CRAN.Rproject.org/package=simPH
http://cran.rproject.org/web/packages/simPH
Simulates and plots quantities of interest (relative hazards, first differences, and hazard ratios) for linear coefficients, multiplicative interactions, polynomials, penalised splines, and nonproportional hazards, as well as stratified survival curves from Cox Proportional Hazard models. It also simulates and plots marginal effects for multiplicative interactions.
Maintainer:
Christopher Gandrud
Author(s): Christopher Gandrud [aut, cre]
License: GPL3
Uses: data.table, dplyr, ggplot2, gridExtra, lazyeval, MASS, mgcv, quadprog, stringr, survival, knitr
Released almost 2 years ago.
21 previous versions
 simPH_1.3.9. Released almost 3 years ago.
 simPH_1.3.7. Released about 3 years ago.
 simPH_1.3.5. Released over 3 years ago.
 simPH_1.3.4. Released over 3 years ago.
 simPH_1.3.2. Released almost 4 years ago.
 simPH_1.3.1. Released almost 4 years ago.
 simPH_1.3. Released about 4 years ago.
 simPH_1.2.6.1. Released about 4 years ago.
 simPH_1.2.4. Released over 4 years ago.
 simPH_1.2.3. Released over 4 years ago.
 simPH_1.2.2. Released over 4 years ago.
 simPH_1.2.1. Released almost 5 years ago.
 simPH_1.2. Released about 5 years ago.
 simPH_1.1. Released about 5 years ago.
 simPH_1.0. Released about 5 years ago.
 simPH_0.8.5. Released over 5 years ago.
 simPH_0.8.4. Released over 5 years ago.
 simPH_0.8.3. Released over 5 years ago.
 simPH_0.8.2. Released over 5 years ago.
 simPH_0.8.1. Released over 5 years ago.
 simPH_0.7.2. Released over 5 years ago.
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