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Comment: C: Survival analysis with R
... Ok! Thank you again Kevin ...
written 4 months ago by innyus20
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Comment: C: Survival analysis with R
... Awesome, thank you for taking the time. There are also many ebooks out there, eg ”Applied Survival Analysis using R” by Dirk F Moore. What book would you recommend (ideally the (e)book would contain theory on survival analysis and R codes) ...
written 4 months ago by innyus20
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Survival analysis with R
... Hi! Need recommendation for survival analysis e-book with R. I am familiar with basic theory but want to learn more and at the same time learn to code with R. Any recommendations? What about biostar handbook? ...
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Comment: C: Merge columns, dplyr
... Thank you for this! I actually figured it out on my own and my swimmer plot look fine now :) I just did not (do not) know how to post questions so that one can see it like R dataframe ...
written 5 months ago by innyus20
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Comment: C: Merge columns, dplyr
... I would if I only knew how...sorry, beginner. ...
written 5 months ago by innyus20
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Comment: A: Merge columns, dplyr
... sorry, I was very unclear. So, in my "raw" file I have columns: ID, State1 (relapse/transformation), Time1 (time in months from diagnosis to State1), State2 (relapse / transformation), Time2 (time from diagnosis in months to State 2), State3 (death/ censored), Time3 (time from diagnosis to censor ...
written 5 months ago by innyus20
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Merge columns, dplyr
... Hi! I am sure there is a pretty simple way to do this but can not figure it out. My data is a csv file with header (patient id; time to relapse (months); time to transformation (in months). One row/patient. Lymphoma cohort. I want to create a swimmer plot where one can see relapse and/or transform ...
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Comment: C: Survival analysis, K-M vs actuarial
... Thank you, appreciate! ...
written 6 months ago by innyus20
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Survival analysis, K-M vs actuarial
... Hi! I am doing a survival analysis on retrospective registry data (cancer diagnosed 1995-2018). Last follow-up is 31.12.2018, so obviously patients will have different follow-up depending on the date of diagnosis. Can anyone explain the difference between doing survival analysis with K-M method ...
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Comment: C: Choosing the appropriate test for differential analysis: Limma or Mann-Whitney (
... Thank you! The data I am using is continous for each IHC marker. Then again, not sure if ”continuity” of the data is applicable between different markers...because they are different antibodies. The data is numerical with range 0-1 corresponding to proportion of cells in TMA positive for a particul ...
written 6 months ago by innyus20

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