Scand J Work Environ Health 1999;25 suppl 1:10-11    pdf

Analysis of time-to-pregnancy data

by Keiding N

Statistical models for time-to-pregnancy data are usually formulated in discrete time. Two approaches were surveyed, including methods of accounting for both known heterogeneity (covariates, possibly time-dependent) and unknown heterogeneity (frailty). Delicate censoring and truncation patterns arose for prospective and, particularly, retrospective sampling designs. The inclusion of several pregnancies per couple presents new challenges and possibilities.

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