Question: Does the hazard rate differ across two groups? (Compare means instead)
|Verdict:|| No significant difference
(log-rank test; z = 0.0, p = 1.0)
If the experiment is repeated many times, the confidence level is the percent of the time each sample's mean will fall within the confidence interval.
It is also the percent of the time the hypothesis will be accepted (i.e., no difference detected), assuming the hypothesis is correct.
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