So a brief of review in cumulative incidence rates indicates the rate of something happening over time.  But what if we want to compare several such rates, say, if between dimensions to see if the number of times Anton’s henchmen were caught over time were different or not.  Well, we have something called the Gray’s K-sample test, which depends on the ratio between the sum of the means of the incidence rates over the sum of their variances.  And then we can determine if the henchmen get caught in those different dimensions at different rates or not.  Which may be useful to Randy if he wants to determine where Anton strikes next … and you know how to find that out!  But until  next time … I’ll just part with telling you about my next passion … screenwriting!


In other words, it’s going really well.