Hello everyone, I'm trying to understand estimate statements and I'm really struggling, so I hope you can assist! My variables are as follows: Outcome: incidence of events per person-year Disease (yes=1, no=0) Sex (male= 1, female=0) Study site (L= 1, M=3) Season (1, 2, 3, 4) Age (1, 2, 3) I understand how to use proc Genmod to estimate betas, but I'm trying to estimate crude rate ratios for each variable and then the rate ratios for an adjusted model with multiple variables. What would estimate statement look like comparing males to females? Season 3 to the rest? For the adjusted model, would I just be better off calculating it using the betas? Finally, regarding how to interpret the parameter estimates provided in the absence of estimate statements-- If I have output that gives me a parameter estimate of 0.1493 (95% CI: -0.0823, 0.3809) for sex=0, and I exponentiate the estimate, is it correct to say "females are expected to have 1.41 (95% CI: 0.83, 2.40) more events than males per person-year"? Thanks in advance for the guidance!
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