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Check out this new video by Greg Bethardy on CoxPH.  See below for CoxPH details.

The CoxPH function is named for the Cox proportional hazards model, a statistical survival model. The function estimates coefficients by learning a set of explanatory variables.

The Cox proportional hazards model, proposed by David Cox in 1972, is a statistical survival model. The purpose of the model is to simultaneously explore the effects of several explanatory variables on survival.

Syntax (version 1.0)

SELECT * FROM CoxPH (

ON (SELECT 1)

PARTITION BY 1

InputTable ('input_table')

Feature_Columns ('feature_column' [,...])

Time_Interval_Column ('time_interval_column')

Event_Column ('event_column')

Coefficient_Table ('coefficient_table')

Linear_Predictor_Table ('linear_predictor_table')

[ Domain ('host_ip') ]

[ Database ('db_name') ]

[ UserID ('user_id') ]

[ Password ('password') ]

[ SSLSettings ('SSLsettings') ]

[ SSLTrustStorePassword ('SSLtruststorepassword') ]

[ Threshold ('threshold') ]

[ MaxIterNum ('max_iteration_number') ]

[ Accumulate ('accumulate_column' [,...]) ]

);