HAZARDRATIO
<’label’> variable </ options> ;
The HAZARDRATIO statement enables you to request hazard ratios for any variable in the model at customized settings. For example, if the model contains the interaction of a CLASS variable A and a continuous variable X, the following specification displays a table of hazard ratios comparing the hazards of each pair of levels of A at X=3:
hazardratio A / at (X=3) diff=ALL;
The HAZARDRATIO statement identifies the variable whose hazard ratios are to be evaluated. If the variable is a continuous variable, the hazard ratio compares the hazards for a given change (by default, a increase of 1 unit) in the variable. For a CLASS variable, a hazard ratio compares the hazards of two levels of the variable. More than one HAZARDRATIO statement can be specified, and an optional label (specified as a quoted string) helps identify the output.
Table 67.7 summarizes the options available in the HAZARDRATIO statement.
Table 67.7: HAZARDRATIO Statement Options
Option 
Description 

Specifies the alpha level 

Specifies the variables that interact with the variable of interest 

Specifies confidence limits 

Specifies which differences to consider 

Displays the loghazard ratio 

Controls the convergence criterion 

Specifies the maximum number of iterations to achieve the convergence 

Specifies the tolerance for testing the singularity 

Specifies the units of change 
Options for the HAZARDRATIO statement are as follows.