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Posted 08-08-2019 07:40 AM
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Dear Community members.

i am trying to read the result of Proportional Hazard Assumption test.

i know the mean Pr>MaxAbsVal, which is x percent of them had extreme points for 1000 simulated paths.

but ..So what. what shoul i get result from this.

for example, this outout show Pr>MaxAbsVal:0.0980. It mean that for 1000 simulated paths, 9.8 percent had extrme points..

please help me out how to read output.

thank you

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The light blue lines are all the random lines. Your line is below and on the edge of the random lines so it's within the probabilities of being random rather than an issue.

https://www.lexjansen.com/pharmasug-cn/2018/SP/Pharmasug-China-2018-SP75.pdf

Page 9 very briefly explains it. I think if you search on lexjansen you'll likely find better references, but in general, you want the dark line to be within the light blue cloud. If it's outside you're likely are violating the PH assumption.

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Dear Community members.

i am trying to read the result of Proportional Hazard Assumption test.

i know the mean Pr>MaxAbsVal, which is x percent of them had extreme points for 1000 simulated paths.

but ..So what. what shoul i get result from this.

for example, this outout show Pr>MaxAbsVal:0.0980. It mean that for 1000 simulated paths, 9.8 percent had extrme points..

please help me out how to read output.

thank you

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The light blue lines are all the random lines. Your line is below and on the edge of the random lines so it's within the probabilities of being random rather than an issue.

https://www.lexjansen.com/pharmasug-cn/2018/SP/Pharmasug-China-2018-SP75.pdf

Page 9 very briefly explains it. I think if you search on lexjansen you'll likely find better references, but in general, you want the dark line to be within the light blue cloud. If it's outside you're likely are violating the PH assumption.

@MTeck wrote:

Dear Community members.

i am trying to read the result of Proportional Hazard Assumption test.

i know the mean Pr>MaxAbsVal, which is x percent of them had extreme points for 1000 simulated paths.

but ..So what. what shoul i get result from this.

for example, this outout show Pr>MaxAbsVal:0.0980. It mean that for 1000 simulated paths, 9.8 percent had extrme points..

please help me out how to read output.

thank you

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