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How to correctly interpret Schoenfeld Residuals P-Value

I have been reading various responses on this topic but I do not yet understand how the p-value is interpreted to determine if the proportional hazards assumption holds or not. I have a global p-...
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proportional hazard assumption

What is the assumption we must check if Cox proportional hazard regression is used? Is my step and method to build on Cox proportional hazard model correct, or not? Can I used ln(-ln(survival))curve ...
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Schoenfled Residua test shows proportionality hazard assumptions holds but Kaplan-Meier plots intersect

"If Kaplan-Meier plots cross each other then proportional hazard assumption does not hold". The issue I am facing is that I got the Kaplam-Meier plot(bleow). We can clearly see that it is overlapping. ...
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Interpreting the Schoenfled test [duplicate]

Consider the image below. It describes the Schoenfeld residuals which I need to verify the proportional hazards (PH) assumption. What do the various p-values in the image mean ? What is the ...
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Violation of the proportional hazard assumption, interaction with time. Am I taking the correct steps?

I will try to keep my question as short as possible. For my thesis I am researching if a risk score can predict graft failure in a cohort of $596$ patients over the course of $10$ years. (The ...
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How to test PH assumption with Schoenfeld residuals with simulated paths in presence of competing events

I've obtained Schoenfeld residuals for testing PH for Fine & Gray's Cox regression model in presence of competing events with cmprsk. Here's the code: ...
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How to handle multiple violations of the Schoenfeld residuals assumption in cox proportional hazard models?

below you can see the cox.zph function to test for proportional hazards used on my data. Issue number 1: there are multiple violations of the proportional hazards assumption (these are tree_species ...
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What is the formula to calculate the scaled schoenfeld residuals for a coxPH model?

I have managed to work out how to manually calculate the Schoenfeld residual for a coxPH model and i am getting the same answers as R. However - i have absolutely no idea how to calculate the Scaled ...
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What is the difference between the different types of residuals in survival analysis (Cox regression)?

I am fairly new to survival analysis. I was advised to look up and learn Schoenfeld residuals as part of a model diagnosis to see if the proportional hazard assumption has been satisfied. Whilst ...
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Extreme point in Schoenfeld residual plot (for competing risks survival analysis)

I'm looking at the Schoenfeld residuals of a competing risks survival model for one of the covariates. There is an extreme point which I am struggling to interpret.
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Interpretation of scaled Schoenfeld residual for time dependent coefficient

https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/survival/vignettes/timedep.pdf I've been following the vignette on implementing time dependent coefficient in addressing non proportional hazards in a cox ...
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Proportional hazards assumption: trouble interpreting my results for cox.zph() function in R

I am testing my proportional hazards assumption in R using the cox.zph() function: ...
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Assessing Proportional Hazards Assumption of a Cox Model with Caseweights

I have data that I have used the R package twang with multinomial propensity scoring, to assign caseweights based on an ATT model. Once these caseweights have been assigned, they are typically used ...
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Calculate Schoenfeld residual for testing data? [closed]

I am trying to get Schoenfeld residuals for testing data, using the model parameters obtained from training data. However in r, predict.coxph gives only the linear predictors and their exponentials. ...
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Schoenfeld residual test for model with time varying coefficients?

I'm working with the survival package in R. I fit a Cox proportional hazard model (coxph) and did a scaled Schoenfeld residual test (...
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calculate the internally studentized residual

it says that ...an ordinary residual divided by an estimate of its standard deviation $s(e_{i})$ As we can see from the example that mean for four residuals is 0, so $s(e_{i})=\sqrt{\frac{(-0.2-0)^2+(...
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Validity of PH test using Schoenfeld residuals from Cox model on parametric models

I need to use parametric models to model survival data. If the PH assumption holds, I would fit the data for my two intervention groups using a single covariate for treatment effect. I fit a Cox PH ...
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scaled Schoenfeld residuals slope of regression line

If a regression line of scaled Schoenfeld residuals versus time (or log time) has a non-zero slope, proportionality is violated. However, what can we tell from the slope of the regression line? If it ...
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Schoenfeld residual independent of time?

I've seen it claimed (e.g. in these notes ) that "Schoenfeld residuals are, in principle, independent of time." Can this be right? Consider the following situation: You are using a Cox model to ...
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Schoenfeld residuals and Categorical variables with multiple categories

I am having a bit of trouble with my survival data. Basically I am trying to assess whether or not the cox proportional hazard assumption is met, by ploting the schoenfeld residuals in R. I have ...
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Violation of Cox Proportional Hazards by a continuous variable

[This question is related to 1 and 2 on this site.] I fit a Cox model with these three time dependent variables: {s:numeric, C:binary, l:numeric }. I have 1069 ...
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Schoenfeld residuals

In a Cox proportional hazards model with many variables, if the Schoenfeld residuals are not flat for one of the variables, does this invalidate the entire model or can just the poorly-performing ...
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What are the options in proportional hazard regression model when Schoenfeld residuals are not good?

I am doing a Cox proportional hazards regression in R using coxph, which includes many variables. The Martingale residuals look great, and the Schoenfeld residuals ...