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Cox proportional hazard model for survival analysis on multilevel data
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Mon, 20 Nov 2017 17:08:55 GMTI am trying to run a survival analysis on a multilevel data (two levels) with five units nested within each person (each case has data from five...I am trying to run a survival analysis on a multilevel data (two levels) with five units nested within each person (each case has data from five different years). I have a number of covariates to enter into the model as I am interested in their interaction.
I am considering using a Cox proportional hazard model but I found this is not a good fit for multilevel data unless random effect is incorporated.
My questions are: first, is Cox regression model with mixed effects the best model for analyzing my data given its nature. Secondly, does anyone know how to incorporate random effect into a conventional Cox proportional hazards model on SPSS? I have found a description on how to do this from an article by Austin, P. C. (2017) (A tutorial on multilevel survival analysis: methods, models, and applications. International Statistical Review) but he has demonstrated this using STATA and R.
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