In survival analyses, such as proportional hazards models, can you carry out a two degree of freedom joint, or likelihood ratio test, in which the full model is compared to a reduced model that is missing two regression coefficients (or where two regression coefficients are set to 0 in hypothesis testing)? If so, can anyone point me to any papers/literature that use these modeling methods? I am new to this model.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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