Published in Women's Health Weekly, September 11th, 2003
"Analyzing time-dependent independent variables requires the use of process-oriented statistical models. Yet social scientists - especially those in poor countries - have often had to use data collected at a single point in time, making their task difficult," investigators in South Africa advised.
"Making several assumptions about the covariates, the present study uses survival analysis and other statistical techniques to analyze the 1996 South African population census data and examine the effects of selected independent variables on the timing of parenthood in the country," A.Y. Amoateng...
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