Paper 247-26 1 Analysis of Count Data Using the SAS ® System

@inproceedings{Pedan2001Paper21,
  title={Paper 247-26 1 Analysis of Count Data Using the SAS ® System},
  author={Alex Pedan},
  year={2001}
}
Count data is increasingly common in clinical research (Gardner, Mulvey and Shaw (1995); Glynn and Buring (1996)). Examples include the number of adverse events occurring during a follow up period, the number of hospitalizations, the number of seizures in epileptics, etc. It is straightforward to analyze the count data by using PROCEDURE GENMOD of SAS/STAT, but as it is going to be shown below, correctly specifying the statistical model is of the utmost importance in getting proper inferences… CONTINUE READING

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