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Gene Expression
Survival Analysis of Longitudinal Microarrays
Permutation Tests For Location and Variance Using the Distance Matrix
Analysis of the relationship between longitudinal gene expressions and ordered categorical event data
Outcome-Driven Clustering of Microarray Data
Parallel Computing
A set of functions for computing Matlab functions in parallel
Pfor, Psimulate, Pbootstrap
biopara — self contained parallel system for the R statistical package
One Sample
One sample log-rank software
Interval Censored Data Analysis
A program for analysis of failure time data with dependent interval censoring
Fitting the Proportional Hazards Model for Interval Censored data
Sequential Boundaries
A program for computing sequential boundaries
Sample Size Calculation
Sample Size Program
Power and Sample Size Calculation for Logistic and Cox Models
A program to calculate the power or sample size for a random slopes model
Power calculator for a Sequential Parallel Comparison Design (SPCD)
Clinical Trials
Search script for the COSTART Thesaurus of Adverse Reaction
Corticosteroid Equivalent Dose Calculator
Hazard
Effects of Missmodeling on the Proportional Hazards Regression Model
Basic Statistical Tool
Compute summary statistics for a continuous variable such as age, BMI, or diastolic blood pressure.
Compare the mean of a continuous variable such as age, BMI, or diastolic blood pressure between two groups.
Compute the correlation between two continuous variables such as age and BMI or BMI and diastolic blood pressure.
Compare a proportion, such as proportion of female subjects, between two groups.
Plot a histogram for one continuous variable such as age, BMI, or diastolic blood pressure.
Plot a scatter plot for two continuous variables such as age and BMI or BMI and diastolic blood pressure.
Compute approximate required sample size