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ammarhm
Lapis Lazuli | Level 10

Hi everyone,

I usually use proc logistic to calculate propensity scores (or probability of having the event of interest):

 

Proc logistic data=have;
class var1;
model death(event='1')=var1 var2;
output p=probability;
run;

 

Is there a way to calculate time dependent propensity score, that is, can use proc phreg to output the probability of the event happening?

 

Thanks 

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Rick_SAS
SAS Super FREQ

PROC PHREG has the SURVIVAL= option in the OUTPUT  statement. Is that what you are looking for? You can use the METHOD= option to output various estimates of the survivor function.

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