[R] Extract p-value from survdiff function
klaster at karlin.mff.cuni.cz
Thu Apr 26 21:48:38 CEST 2007
You have the Chi^2 statistic and you know that it is on 1 degree of
freedom with a 2-sample test. So
sdf <- survdiff(...)
pchisq(sdf$chisq, df=1, lower=FALSE)
might help in quite a common case. Generally you'll have to look at the
printing function and make a modified copy to save the p-value:
Armin Goralczyk napsal(a):
> Hi list,I want to use the p-value from the survdiff function (packagesurvival) to reuse within a function in a Kaplan-Meier plot. Thep-value is somehow not a component of the value list ?!
> Thanks in advance-- A. GoralczykGöttingen, Ger.
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