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CSJL: Stata module to extend cs command for exposures with more than two categories

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  • Jens M. Lauritsen


    (County of Fyn, Odense Denmark)

  • Thomas Steichen


csjl is an extension of the cs command (for cohort studies where all subjects are followed for the same length of time) that produces risk estimates and count tables for exposure variables with more than two levels. The analysis can additionally be reported by substratum defined by a by() variable. Risk estimates can be risk ratio (rr), risk difference (rd) or attributable risk (at). All selected estimates shown on the same line. Testing of homogenity in the individual 2x2 tables can also be performed using the chi or exact options.

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Software component provided by Boston College Department of Economics in its series Statistical Software Components with number S413701.

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Programming language: Stata
Date of creation: 01 Sep 2000
Handle: RePEc:boc:bocode:s413701
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