derive_var_aendy {admiral}R Documentation

Derive Analysis End Relative Day

Description

[Deprecated]

This function is deprecated, please use derive_vars_dy() instead.

Adds the analysis end relative day (AENDY) to the dataset, i.e. study day of analysis end date

Usage

derive_var_aendy(dataset, reference_date = TRTSDT, date = AENDT)

Arguments

dataset

Input dataset

The columns specified by the reference_date and the date parameter are expected.

reference_date

The start date column, e.g., date of first treatment

A date or date-time object column is expected.

Refer to derive_vars_dt() to impute and derive a date from a date character vector to a date object.

The default is TRTSDT.

date

The end date column for which the study day should be derived

A date or date-time object column is expected.

Refer to derive_vars_dt() to impute and derive a date from a date character vector to a date object.

The default is AENDT

Details

The study day is derived as number of days from the start date to the end date. If it is nonnegative, one is added. I.e., the study day of the start date is 1.

Value

The input dataset with AENDY column added

Author(s)

Stefan Bundfuss

See Also

Other deprecated: derive_derived_param()


[Package admiral version 0.8.4 Index]