## Information

The Kaplan–Meier method is a non parametric method used for the survival analysis. The tool generates the Kaplan-Meier curve with confidence interval and calculates the Log-Rank test for more than of two groups.

**Main event** (D_{t}): Maintenance failure, recovery, disease occurrence, death, etc.

**Censored event** (C_{t}): the main event didn't happen since the subject left the experiment before the ending time, or due to the termination of the experiment.

**n**_{t}: number of participants that didn't have event (Main event or censored event).

**Proportion surviving interval (P**_{t}): the proportion of survival participants between period t-1 and period t.

**Survival rate (S**_{t}): the proportion of survival participants from period 0 to period t .

**Sum** = ΣD_{t}/n_{t}(n_{t} - D_{t})

**S.E**: the standard deviation of the survival rate. S.E = S_{t}√(Sum)

**Lower**_{t}: Lower bound of S_{t} confidence interval .

**Upper**_{t}: Upper bound of S_{t} confidence interval.

### log rank test calculator

Target: test the null assumption that the "time to event" distribution is identical for all the groups.

The test uses the chi-square distribution.

The log-rank test model assumes the events per subject distributes evenly between the groups. The expected number of events is calculated per each time value.

Example with two groups A and B.

Expected value = n

_{A}(d

_{A} + d

_{B})/(n

_{A} + n

_{B})

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