Tempo, tempo, tempo: regressão de Cox na ciência política

Rodrigo Lins

Resumo


Este artigo tem como objetivo apresentar o modelo de riscos proporcional de Cox. Para tanto, será feito um debate teórico geral dos modelos de sobrevivência, assim como a apresentação de termos comuns para a técnica. Além disso, será feita uma apresentação passo a passo de como elaborar um modelo de Cox no software R. Espera-se que este trabalho ajude na difusão da técnica dentro das ciências sociais.


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Análise de Sobrevivência; Modelo de Cox; R

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