Randomization tests for censored survival distributions

Edgington, E. S. ; Gore, A. P. (1986) Randomization tests for censored survival distributions Biometrical Journal, 28 (6). pp. 673-681. ISSN 0323-3847

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This paper discusses the application of randomization tests to censored survival distributions. The three types of censoring considered are those designated by MILLER (1981) as Type 1 (fixed time termination), Type 2 (termination of experiment at r-th failure), and random censoring. Examples utilize the Gehan scoring procedure. Randomization tests for which computer programs already exist can be applied to a variety of experimental designs, regardless of the presence of censored observations.

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Keywords:Randomization Tests; Censoring; Survival Analysis
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