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 Johnny Wu posted on Tuesday, February 19, 2008 - 6:47 pm
Hi Dr Muthen,

I am running a discrete time survival analysis with two covariates (race and gender) and a tx variable (0=control 1=treatment).

smon8-smon13= smoking onset
(0=no 1=yes 999=missing)

f BY
smon8
smon9
smon10
smon11
smon12
smon13
smon14
;

f ON
race
gender
tx
;

When I go the the graphs, I see "sample proportions" but that gives me the hazard probabilities for the entire sample.

QUESTION: How can I examine the hazard plots separately for tx=0 vs tx=1?
 Linda K. Muthen posted on Tuesday, February 19, 2008 - 9:21 pm
If using PLOT3, you don't get an offer that starts with the word adjusted, then you cannot get the plot for different values of the covariate.
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