Survival & Failure Time Analysis Introductory Overview - Analytic Techniques

Essentially, the methods offered in this module address the same research questions as many of the other Statistica procedures; however, all methods in Survival Analysis handle censored data. The life table, survival distribution, and Kaplan-Meier survival function estimation are all descriptive methods for estimating the distribution of survival times from a sample. Several techniques are included for comparing the survival in two or more groups. Survival Analysis also includes several regression models for estimating the relationship of (multiple) continuous variables to survival times.