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STNET: Stata module to calculate net survival

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  • Enzo Coviello

    () (Dipartimento di Prevenzione Az. USL Ba/1)

  • Paul Dickman
  • Karri Seppa
  • Arun Pokhrel

Abstract

stnet estimates net survival as proposed by Pohar Perme, Stare and EstËve (Biometrics 2011) by using a life tables approach. The command displays the results in life tables stratified by the variables specified in the by option. Optionally relative survival using the Ederer II method can be calculated. This command may be used also for period or hybrid analysis and to compute adjusted (weighted) estimates.

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  • Enzo Coviello & Paul Dickman & Karri Seppa & Arun Pokhrel, 2012. "STNET: Stata module to calculate net survival," Statistical Software Components S457533, Boston College Department of Economics, revised 02 Jul 2013.
  • Handle: RePEc:boc:bocode:s457533
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    survival-time data; net survival; life tables;

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