Age adjustment using the 2000 projected U.S. population.

Abstract

Age adjustment, using the direct method, is the application of observed age-specific rates to a standard age distribution to eliminate differences in crude rates in populations of interest that result from differences in the populations’ age distributions. This adjustment is usually done when comparing two or more populations at one point in time or one… (More)

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