So there's a fairly well characterized difference between relative risk and absolute risk for conventional cohort studies, and for many questions, the absolute risk is arguably more appropriate. Is ...
According to my modest understanding, the cox model is all about estimating hazard ratios, relative measures of risk. However, it is possible (in R using e.g. the packages pec or peperr) to estimate ...
The other day I had a consultation with an epidemiologist. She is an MD with a public health degree in epidemiology and has a lot of statistical savvy. She mentors her research fellows and residents ...