survival analysis

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sur·viv·al a·nal·y·sis

a class of statistical procedures for estimating survival rates and making inferences about effects of treatment, prognostic factors, and other concerns.

survival analysis

Statistics Assessment of the amount of time that a person or population lives after a particular intervention or condition

survival analysis

An evaluation of how long patients in a clinical trial live. The rate of death is monitored over time.
Synonym: time-to-event analysis
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few analyses to capture both time-series and cross-section elements of the trade relationship by employing a panel data set; third, the empirical methodology used in this analysis corrects a major shortcoming in the existing literature by using a censored dependent variable in estimation.
Third, our analysis makes use of a censored dependent variable in order to properly measure the economic behaviour of all potential trading partners.
Tobit analysis, which explicitly accounts for a censored dependent variable, eliminates this source of estimation bias.
As an alternative, Tobin (1958) developed the Tobit estimation procedure for the estimation of a regression function with a censored dependent variable.
Simultaneous Equations Models with Discrete and Censored Dependent Variables," Chapter 9.