# Dictionary of Conformal Representations [math] by H. Kober

By H. Kober

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Inc. rate ratio Attr. frac. ex. Attr. frac. 337618 (midp) Pr(k>=41) = (midp) 2*Pr(k>=41) = [95% Conf. 0355 (exact) iri shows the table, reports the incidence rates for the exposed and unexposed populations, and then shows the point estimates of the difference and ratio of the two incidence rates along with their confidence intervals. The incidence rate is simply the frequency with which noncases are transformed into cases. Next iri reports the attributable fraction among the exposed population, an estimate of the proportion of exposed cases attributable to exposure.

Rate diff. Inc. rate ratio Attr. frac. ex. Attr. frac. 337618 (midp) Pr(k>=41) = (midp) 2*Pr(k>=41) = [95% Conf. 0355 (exact) iri shows the table, reports the incidence rates for the exposed and unexposed populations, and then shows the point estimates of the difference and ratio of the two incidence rates along with their confidence intervals. The incidence rate is simply the frequency with which noncases are transformed into cases. Next iri reports the attributable fraction among the exposed population, an estimate of the proportion of exposed cases attributable to exposure.

If we wanted the externally standardized ratio (weights proportional to the population of the unexposed group), we would substitute estandard for istandard in the above command. We are not limited to incidence-rate ratios; ir can also estimate incidence-rate differences. Differences may be standardized internally or externally. We will obtain the internally weighted difference (Rothman, Greenland, and Lash 2008, 266–267): . ir deaths smokes pyears, by(age) level(90) istandard ird age IRD [90% Conf.