Introduction to Cox (1972) Regression Models and Life-Tables
In this paper, Sir David Cox proposed a stimulating and pioneering procedure for the regression analysis of censored failure time data. Within a few years of publication, this procedure became a data analytic standard in a number of application areas, most notably in the biomedical sciences. The procedure has also stimulated considerable related methodologic development.
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