Errata for An Introduction to Survival Analysis Using Stata, Revised Third Edition
The errata for An Introduction to Survival Analysis Using Stata, Revised Third Edition are provided below. Click here for an explanation of how to read an erratum. Click here to learn how to determine the printing number of a book.
|(1)||Chapter 4, p. 32, first sentence in the third paragraph should be removed|
|Stata does not directly handle this kind of censoring, but a strong argument can be made that it should.|
|(1)||Chapter 4, p.32, the second paragraph from the bottom should be replaced with|
|Currently, there is not a specific command to fit those models, but interval-censored lognormal models can be fit by exponentiating the limits of the intervals and fitting an interval-censored Gaussian model to the obtained variables with the intreg command.||As of Stata 15, the stintreg command can be used to fit parametric survival models to interval-censored data; see [ST] stintreg.|