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    Cox proportional hazard analysis - interpreting coefficients

    How did you get these numbers? Anyway, I attach the description of variables and the output of cox regression of my first analysis, where I treated the predictors as numericals. Can you help me interpret the results, please? Was my initial interpretation (1% increase in exogamy rate -> 11.46%...
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    Cox proportional hazard analysis - interpreting coefficients

    Let me get this straight: are you saying that I could either say that a 20% increase in X corresponds to an 11.46% increase in the risk of extinction or a 1% increase in x corresponds to a (11.46/20)% = 0.573% increase in the risk of extinction?
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    Cox proportional hazard analysis - interpreting coefficients

    So, here's my output after switching from numeric to character variables (I assume it used 0 as the reference group): how to I interpret these numbers?
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    Cox proportional hazard analysis - interpreting coefficients

    Sounds very reasonable! Ok, I will try to do this and get back to you! Thank you very much!
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    Cox proportional hazard analysis - interpreting coefficients

    Hi ondansetron and hlsmith, thank you for your answers! Ok, let me clarify. The data that I'm using are auto-generated from agent-based simulations. The agent-based model simulate a population with different characteristics. Each combination of characteristics produces a different scenario. The...
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    Cox proportional hazard analysis - interpreting coefficients

    Hi everyone, thank you very much already for taking time to read my question! I have performed Cox proportional hazard analysis on some variables that were related to time-to-extinction of a certain population. The predictors varied between 0 and 100% but could only take on values that were...