In an example from Ries and Smith (1963), the choice of detergent brand (Brand= M or X) is related to three other categorical variables: the softness of the laundry water (Softness= soft, medium, or hard); the temperature of the water (Temperature= high or low); and whether the subject was a previous user of Brand M (Previous= yes or no). The test requires that a pivot for sweeping this matrix be at least this number times a norm of the matrix. You can also duplicate the results of the CONTRAST statement with an ESTIMATE statement. In the table above, we see that the probability surviving beyond 363 days = 0.7240, the same probability as what we calculated for surviving up to 382 days, which implies that the censored observations do not change the survival estimates when they leave the study, only the number at risk. In the following output, the first parameter of the treatment(diagnosis='complicated') effect tests the effect of treatment A versus the average treatment effect in the complicated diagnosis. In other words, if all strata have the same survival function, then we expect the same proportion to die in each interval. The response, Y, is normally distributed with constant variance. Hosmer, DW, Lemeshow, S, May S. (2008). The following statements fit the nested model and compute the contrast. For treatment A in the complicated diagnosis, O = 1, A = 1, B = 0. The difficulty is constructing combinations that are estimable and that jointly test the set of interactions. This convention can affect the way in which you specify the matrix in your CONTRAST statement. Significant departures from random error would suggest model misspecification. This analysis proceeds in much the same was as dfbeta analysis, in that we will: We see the same 2 outliers we identifed before, id=89 and id=112, as having the largest influence on the model overall, probably primarily through their effects on the bmi coefficient. To get the expected mean The PLSINGULAR= option has no effect if profile-likelihood confidence intervals (CL=PL) are not requested. Though assisting with the translation of a stated hypothesis into the needed linear combination is beyond the scope of the services that are provided by Technical Support at SAS, we hope that the following discussion and examples will help you. A label is required for every contrast specified, and it must be enclosed in quotes. These techniques were developed by Lin, Wei and Zing (1993). To estimate, test, or compare nonlinear combinations of parameters, see the NLEst and NLMeans macros. output out=residuals resmart=martingale; Specifically, PROC LOGISTIC is used to fit a logistic model containing effects X and X2. var lenfol; Create a variable called CENSOR. Within SAS, proc univariate provides easy, quick looks into the distributions of each variable, whereas proc corr can be used to examine bivariate relationships. You can request the CIF curves for a particular set of covariates by using the BASELINE statement. Indicator or dummy coding of a predictor replaces the actual variable in the design matrix (or model matrix) with a set of variables that use values of 0 or 1 to indicate the level of the original variable. For example, suppose an effect coded CLASS variable A has four levels. Since treatment A and treatment C are the first and third in the LSMEANS list, the contrast in the LSMESTIMATE statement estimates and tests their difference. The estimated hazard ratio of .937 comparing females to males is not significant. Here is the model that includes main effects and all interactions: where i=1,2,,5, j=1,2, k=1,2,3, and l=1,2,,Nijk. For software releases that are not yet generally available, the Fixed It is quite powerful, as it allows for truncation, time-varying covariates and . Censored observations are represented by vertical ticks on the graph. Here we demonstrate how to assess the proportional hazards assumption for all of our covariates (graph for gender not shown): As we did with functional form checking, we inspect each graph for observed score processes, the solid blue lines, that appear quite different from the 20 simulated score processes, the dotted lines. The Kaplan_Meier survival function estimator is calculated as: \[\hat S(t)=\prod_{t_i\leq t}\frac{n_i d_i}{n_i}, \]. We see that beyond beyond 1,671 days, 50% of the population is expected to have failed. output out = dfbeta dfbeta=dfgender dfage dfagegender dfbmi dfbmibmi dfhr; If the elements of are not specified for an effect that contains a specified effect, then the elements of the specified effect are distributed over the levels of the higher-order effect just as the GLM procedure does for its CONTRAST and ESTIMATE statements. run; proc phreg data = whas500(where=(id^=112 and id^=89)); In the code below we demonstrate the steps to take to explore the functional form of a covariate: In the left panel above, Fits with Specified Smooths for martingale, we see our 4 scatter plot smooths. We request Cox regression through proc phreg in SAS. At first glance, we see the PROC PHREG has . Although the coding scheme is different, you still follow the same steps to determine the contrast coefficients. Notice that the difference in log odds for these two cells (1.02450 0.39087 = 0.63363) is the same as the log odds ratio estimate that is provided by the CONTRAST statement. These statements fit the restricted, main effects model: This partial output summarizes the main-effects model: The question is whether there is a significant difference between these two models. However, if you write the ESTIMATE statement like this. The interpretation of this estimate is that we expect 0.0385 failures (per person) by the end of 3 days. So, this test can be used with models that are fit by many procedures such as GENMOD, LOGISTIC, MIXED, GLIMMIX, PHREG, PROBIT, and others, but there are cases with some of these procedures in which a LR test cannot be constructed: Nonnested models can still be compared using information criteria such as AIC, AICC, and BIC (also called SC). class gender; model lenfol*fstat(0) = gender|age bmi|bmi hr ; Note that the ESTIMATE statement displays the estimated difference in cell means (2.5148) and a t-test that this difference is equal to zero, while the CONTRAST statement provides only an F-test of the difference. Thus, to pull out all 6 \(df\beta_j\), we must supply 6 variable names for these \(df\beta_j\). i am trying to run Cox-regression model, so i made this code. The exponential function is also equal to 1 when its argument is equal to 0. The HPREG Procedure The HPSPLIT Procedure The ICLIFETEST Procedure The ICPHREG Procedure The INBREED Procedure The IRT Procedure The KDE Procedure The KRIGE2D Procedure The LATTICE Procedure The LIFEREG Procedure The LIFETEST Procedure The LOESS Procedure The LOGISTIC Procedure The MCMC Procedure The MDS Procedure The MI Procedure Let us further suppose, for illustrative purposes, that the hazard rate stays constant at \(\frac{x}{t}\) (\(x\) number of failures per unit time \(t\)) over the interval \([0,t]\). We will thus let \(r(x,\beta_x) = exp(x\beta_x)\), and the hazard function will be given by: This parameterization forms the Cox proportional hazards model. to the coefficient for ses = 2. In PROC LOGISTIC, odds ratio estimates for variables involved in interactions can be most easily obtained using the ODDSRATIO statement. Survivor Function Estimates for Specific Covariate Values; Analysis of Residuals; All This reinforces our suspicion that the hazard of failure is greater during the beginning of follow-up time. The necessary contrast coefficients are stated in the null hypothesis above: (0 1 0 0 0 0) - (1/6 1/6 1/6 1/6 1/6 1/6) , which simplifies to the contrast shown in the LSMESTIMATE statement below. Grambsch, PM, Therneau, TM, Fleming TR. The red curve representing the lowest BMI category is truncated on the right because the last person in that group died long before the end of followup time. These provide some statistical background for survival analysis for the interested reader (and for the author of the seminar!). Imagine we have a random variable, \(Time\), which records survival times. model lenfol*fstat(0) = ; It is available only for the Bayesian analysis. Stated another way, are any of the interaction parameters not equal to zero as implied by the main-effects model? fixed. How do I write an estimate statement in proc glm? Limitations on constructing valid LR tests. The first 12 examples use the classical method of maximum likelihood, while the last two examples illustrate the Bayesian methodology. for ses = 1, we will add the coefficient for ses1 to the intercept. Run Cox models on intervals of follow up time rather than on its entirety. See the "Parameterization of PROC GLM Models" section in the PROC GLM documentation for some important details on how the design variables are created. As before, it is vital to know the order of the design variables that are created for an effect so that you properly order the contrast coefficients in the CONTRAST statement. Graphs are particularly useful for interpreting interactions. Summing over the entire interval, then, we would expect to observe \(x\) failures, as \(\frac{x}{t}t = x\), (assuming repeated failures are possible, such that failing does not remove one from observation). The variables used in the present seminar are: The data in the WHAS500 are subject to right-censoring only. In the relation above, \(s^\star_{kp}\) is the scaled Schoenfeld residual for covariate \(p\) at time \(k\), \(\beta_p\) is the time-invariant coefficient, and \(\beta_j(t_k)\) is the time-variant coefficient. model (start, stop)*status(0) = in_hosp ; With this simple model, we This section contains 14 examples of PROC PHREG applications. This can be accomplished through programming statements in, We obtain \(df\beta_j\) values through in output datasets in SAS, so we will need to specify an. Thus, if the average is 0 across time, then that suggests the coefficient \(p\) does not vary over time and that the proportional hazards assumption holds for covariate \(p\). You can specify the following optionsafter a slash (/). An ESTIMATE statement for the AB11 cell mean can be written as above by rewriting the cell mean in terms of the model yielding the appropriate linear combination of parameter estimates. This section contains 14 examples of PROC PHREG applications. A popular method for evaluating the proportional hazards assumption is to examine the Schoenfeld residuals. The variable representing cases and controls (e.g., CACO) MUST be redefined, or a new variable created (e.g., STATUS) so it has the value 1 for cases and the value 2 for controls. 77(1). The CONTRAST statement below defines seven rows in L for the seven interaction parameters resulting in a 7 DF test that all interaction parameters are zero. run; Example 1: One-way ANOVA The dependent variable is write and the factor variable is ses which has three levels. are constants that are elements of the matrix associated with the effect. `Pn.bR#l8(QBQ p9@E,IF0QlPC4NC)R- R]*C!B)Uj.$qpa *O'CAI ")7 In particular we would like to highlight the following tables: Handily, proc phreg has pretty extensive graphing capabilities.< Below is the graph and its accompanying table produced by simply adding plots=survival to the proc phreg statement. exposure(0=no exposure, 1= yes exposure) and outcome(0=no outcome, 1= yes outcome) variable are all binary. The value number must be between 0 and 1; the default value is 0.05, which results in 95% intervals. Lets take a look at later survival times in the table: From LENFOL=368 to 376, we see that there are several records where it appears no events occurred. See the documentation for more details.). 80(30). This seminar introduces procedures and outlines the coding needed in SAS to model survival data through both of these methods, as well as many techniques to evaluate and possibly improve the model. requests that, for each Newton-Raphson iteration, PROC PHREG recompiles the risk sets corresponding to the event times for the (start,stop) style of response and recomputes the values of the time-dependent variables defined by the programming statements for each observation in the risk sets. Notice that if you add up the rows for diagnosis (or treatments), the sum is zero. The order of \(df\beta_j\) in the current model are: gender, age, gender*age, bmi, bmi*bmi, hr. run; proc phreg data = whas500; If this option is not specified, PROC PHREG finds all the variables that interact with the variable of interest. Nevertheless, in both we can see that in these data, shorter survival times are more probable, indicating that the risk of heart attack is strong initially and tapers off as time passes. Notice that the baseline hazard rate, \(h_0(t)\) is cancelled out, and that the hazard rate does not depend on time \(t\): The hazard rate \(HR\) will thus stay constant over time with fixed covariates. | SAS FAQ We will use a data set called hsb2.sas7bdat to demonstrate. class gender; Table 1: PROC PHREG Statement Options You can specify the following options in the PROC PHREG statement. We also calculate the hazard ratio between females and males, or \(\frac{HR(gender=1)}{HR(gender=0)}\) at ages 0, 20, 40, 60, and 80. SAS provides easy ways to examine the \(df\beta\) values for all observations across all coefficients in the model. (output of var-covar matrix of estimates) MULTIPASS (less diskspace, longer execution) NOPRINT NOSUMMARY . Example 3: using the CONTRAST statement to do comparison: When we set the reference levels to be REF='NEV' for TOBHX and REF='GP' for RND, we need to manually set the contrast parameters for each comparison in the CONTRAST statement. Here, we would like to introdue two types of interaction: We would probably prefer this model to the simpler model with just gender and age as explanatory factors for a couple of reasons. If only \(k\) names are supplied and \(k\) is less than the number of distinct df\betas, SAS will only output the first \(k\) \(df\beta_j\). Here are the steps we use to assess the influence of each observation on our regression coefficients: The dfbetas for age and hr look small compared to regression coefficients themselves (\(\hat{\beta}_{age}=0.07086\) and \(\hat{\beta}_{hr}=0.01277\)) for the most part, but id=89 has a rather large, negative dfbeta for hr. Therefore, you would use the following CONTRAST statement: To contrast the third level with the average of the first two levels, you would test. Thus, by 200 days, a patient has accumulated quite a bit of risk, which accumulates more slowly after this point. run; proc phreg data = whas500; You do not need to include all effects that are included in the MODEL statement. The following examples concentrate on using the steps above in this situation. With effects coding, the parameters are constrained to sum to zero. \[F(t) = 1 exp(-H(t))\] When you use effect coding (by specifying PARAM=EFFECT in the CLASS statement), all parameters are directly estimable (involve no other parameters). Confidence intervals that do not include the value 1 imply that hazard ratio is significantly different from 1 (and that the log hazard rate change is significanlty different from 0). The procedure Lin, Wei, and Zing(1990) developed that we previously introduced to explore covariate functional forms can also detect violations of proportional hazards by using a transform of the martingale residuals known as the empirical score process. Thus, for example the AGE term describes the effect of age when gender=0, or the age effect for males. By default, PLMAXITER=25. So the log odds are: For treatment C in the complicated diagnosis, O = 1, A = 1, B = 1. However, one cannot test whether the stratifying variable itself affects the hazard rate significantly. A full-rank version of indicator coding (called reference coding) that omits the indicator variable for the reference level (by default, the last level) is also available in PROC LOGISTIC, PROC GENMOD, PROC CATMOD, and some other procedures via the PARAM=REF option. See. The graph for bmi at top right looks better behaved now with smaller residuals at the lower end of bmi. The tests are equivalent. In this case, the 12 estimate is the sixth estimate in the A*B effect requiring a change in the coefficient vector that you specify in the ESTIMATE statement. Such linear combinations can be estimated and tested using the CONTRAST and/or ESTIMATE statements available in many modeling procedures. Biometrika. With effects coding, each row of L can be written to select just one interaction parameter when multiplied by . We see that the uncoditional probability of surviving beyond 382 days is .7220, since \(\hat S(382)=0.7220=p(surviving~ up~ to~ 382~ days)\times0.9971831\), we can solve for \(p(surviving~ up~ to~ 382~ days)=\frac{0.7220}{0.9972}=.7240\). fstat: the censoring variable, loss to followup=0, death=1, Without further specification, SAS will assume all times reported are uncensored, true failures. On the right panel, Residuals at Specified Smooths for martingale, are the smoothed residual plots, all of which appear to have no structure. Writing the means and their difference in terms of model (2): The following ESTIMATE and CONTRAST statements estimate these means, their difference, and also test that the difference is equal to zero. The regression equation is the Thus, we again feel justified in our choice of modeling a quadratic effect of bmi. Notice in the Analysis of Maximum Likelihood Estimates table above that the Hazard Ratio entries for terms involved in interactions are left empty. (Technically, because there are no times less than 0, there should be no graph to the left of LENFOL=0). Zeros in this table are shown as blanks for clarity. The matrix is the Hermite form matrix , where represents a generalized inverse of the information matrix of the null model. Here is the syntax for CONTRAST statement. rights reserved. Perhaps you also suspect that the hazard rate changes with age as well. assess var=(age bmi hr) / resample; The CONTRAST statement can also be used to compare competing nested models. The DIFF option in the LSMEANS statement provides all pairwise comparisons of the ten LS-means. The default is UNITS=1. This can be particularly difficult with dummy (PARAM=GLM) coding. However, the process of constructing CONTRAST statements is the same: write the hypothesis of interest in terms of the fitted model to determine the coefficients for the statement. Previously, we graphed the survival functions of males in females in the WHAS500 dataset and suspected that the survival experience after heart attack may be different between the two genders. Disease: 1=Disease, 0=No disease Drug: 1=Drug, 0=No drug This make the interaction a "2x2 table" (as below). Consider the following data from Kalbeisch and Prentice (1980). Multiple degree-of-freedom hypotheses can be tested by specifying multiple row-descriptions. Springer: New York. With any procedure, models that are not nested cannot be compared using the LR test. We can estimate the hazard function is SAS as well using proc lifetest: As we have seen before, the hazard appears to be greatest at the beginning of follow-up time and then rapidly declines and finally levels off. o1LSRD"Qh&3[F&g w/!|#+QnHA8Oy9 , Similarly, because we included a BMI*BMI interaction term in our model, the BMI term is interpreted as the effect of bmi when bmi is 0. We will use a data set called hsb2.sas7bdat to demonstrate. The LSMEANS, LSMESTIMATE, and SLICE statements cannot be used with effects coding. hazardratio 'Effect of 1-unit change in age by gender' age / at(gender=ALL); The estimator is calculated, then, by summing the proportion of those at risk who failed in each interval up to time \(t\). class gender; This is the null hypothesis to test: Writing this contrast in terms of model parameters: Note that the coefficients for the INTERCEPT and A effects cancel out, removing those effects from the final coefficient vector. As time progresses, the Survival function proceeds towards it minimum, while the cumulative hazard function proceeds to its maximum. Note: A number of sub-sections are titled Background. Use the resulting coefficients in a CONTRAST statement to test that the difference in means is zero. run; proc phreg data = whas500; The surface where the smoothing parameter=0.2 appears to be overfit and jagged, and such a shape would be difficult to model. Unless the seed option is specified, these sets will be different each time proc phreg is run. For any of the full-rank parameterizations, if an effect is not specified in the CONTRAST statement, all of its coefficients in the matrix are set to 0. That is, for some subjects we do not know when they died after heart attack, but we do know at least how many days they survived. This option is not applicable to a Bayesian analysis. However, if that is not the case, then it may be possible to use programming statement within proc phreg to create variables that reflect the changing the status of a covariate. Biometrika. Survival analysis often begins with examination of the overall survival experience through non-parametric methods, such as Kaplan-Meier (product-limit) and life-table estimators of the survival function. This article emphasizes four features of PROC PLM: You can use the SCORE statement to score the model on new data. i am doing Cox-PH(cohort analysis) using proc sql. By default, pis equal to the value of the ALPHA= option in the PROC PHREG statement, or 0.05 if that option is not specified. The model is the same as model (1) above with just a change in the subscript ranges. Hello. Notice there is one row per subject, with one variable coding the time to event, lenfol: A second way to structure the data that only proc phreg accepts is the counting process style of input that allows multiple rows of data per subject. 1> Computing from the regression coefficient estimates of PROC PHREG output, 2> Recoding the values of the explanatory variable such that the increase is equal to one unit, 3> Using the CLASS statement to specify the explanatory variable in PROC TPHREG (experimental) procedure. The EXP option provides the odds ratio estimate by exponentiating the difference. The documentation for the procedure lists all ODS tables that the procedure can create, or you can use the ODS TRACE ON statement to display the table names that are produced by PROC REG. All of these variables vary quite a bit in these data. It is shown how this can be done more easily using the ODDSRATIO and UNITS statements in PROC LOGISTIC. However, often we are interested in modeling the effects of a covariate whose values may change during the course of follow up time. The DIFF and SLICEBY(A='1') options in the SLICE statement estimate the differences in LS-means at A=1. First, each of the effects, including both interactions, are significant. class gender; C?1D!^$w"I&#I" NF[cPdn .c@hHa"3IX"P+ !Hp? In this seminar we will be analyzing the data of 500 subjects of the Worcester Heart Attack Study (referred to henceforth as WHAS500, distributed with Hosmer & Lemeshow(2008)). Because of the positive skew often seen with followup-times, medians are often a better indicator of an average survival time. A Nested Model If, say, a regression coefficient changes only by 1% over time, it is unlikely that any overarching conclusions of the study would be affected. The likelihood ratio and Wald statistics are asymptotically equivalent. Partial Likelihood The partial likelihood function for one covariate is: where t i is the ith death time, x i is the associated covariate, and R i is the risk set at time t i, i.e., the set of subjects is still alive and uncensored just prior to time t i. If the MULTIPASS option is not specified, PROC PHREG . Shared Concepts and Topics. This is the log odds. run; If is a vector, define ABS() to be the largest absolute value of the elements of . So the log odds is: The following PROC LOGISTIC statements fit the effects-coded model and estimate the contrast: The same log odds ratio and odds ratio estimates are obtained as from the dummy-coded model. run; proc phreg data = whas500; yl The ODDSRATIO statement in PROC LOGISTIC and the similar HAZARDRATIO statement in PROC PHREG are also available. Applied Survival Analysis, Second Edition provides a comprehensive and up-to-date introduction to regression modeling for time-to-event The parameter for ses1 is the difference This is required so that the probability of being a case is modeled. Firths Correction for Monotone Likelihood, Conditional Logistic Regression for m:n Matching, Model Using Time-Dependent Explanatory Variables, Time-Dependent Repeated Measurements of a Covariate, Survivor Function Estimates for Specific Covariate Values, Model Assessment Using Cumulative Sums of Martingale Residuals, Bayesian Analysis of Piecewise Exponential Model. Thus, we can expect the coefficient for bmi to be more severe or more negative if we exclude these observations from the model. Thus, it might be easier to think of \(df\beta_j\) as the effect of including observation \(j\) on the the coefficient. In PROC LOGISTIC, use the PARAM=GLM option in the CLASS statement to request dummy coding of CLASS variables. Lets interpret our model. Lin, DY, Wei, LJ, Ying, Z. In the case of categorical covariates, graphs of the Kaplan-Meier estimates of the survival function provide quick and easy checks of proportional hazards. Checking the Cox model with cumulative sums of martingale-based residuals. The PLOTS=CIF option in the PROC PHREG statement displays a plot of the curves. The mean time to event (or loss to followup) is 882.4 days, not a particularly useful quantity. We cannot tell whether this age effect for females is significantly different from 0 just yet (see below), but we do know that it is significantly different from the age effect for males. The next two elements are the parameter estimates for the levels of B, 1 and 2. This note focuses on assessing the effects of categorical (CLASS) variables in models containing interactions. PROC GENMOD produces the Wald statistic when the WALD option is used in the CONTRAST statement. The covariance matrix of the parameter estimator is computed as a sandwich estimate. Printing this document: Because some of the tables in this document are wide, The "Class Level Information" table shows the ordering of levels within variables. DIFF=ALL requests all differences, and DIFF=REF requests comparisons between the reference level and all other levels of the CLASS variable. The first 12 examples use the classical method of maximum likelihood, while the last two examples illustrate the Bayesian methodology. This option is ignored in the computation of the hazard ratios for a CLASS variable. Proportional hazards tests and diagnostics based on weighted residuals. 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