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  • Which rate should I use? | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    Cancer atlases Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations All Ireland cancer statistics Infographics Research Research themes Descriptive epidemiology Health services research Aetiological research Research projects Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations Research partners Research team FAQs All FAQs FAQs about us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting Which rate should I use Home FAQs Using interpreting our data Which rate should I use All FAQs FAQs about us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting The rate you should use depends on the purpose to which you propose to put the data The European Age Standardised Rate is a good metric by which to compare rates across Europe and likewise the World Age Standardised Rates is useful for comparing rates with countries outside Europe such as the U S Rating Select rating Give it 1 5 Give it 2 5 Give it 3 5 Give it 4 5 Give it 5 5 Cancel rating No votes yet Is this information helpful Please rate the FAQ answer This FAQ was last modified on Mon 22 07 2013 Printer friendly version Building 6800 Cork Airport

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/faqs/using-cancer-data/which-rate-should-i-use (2014-07-21)
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  • What is the cumulative risk to age 74? | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    Research team FAQs All FAQs FAQs about us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting What is the cumulative risk to age 74 Home FAQs Using interpreting our data What is the cumulative risk to age 74 All FAQs FAQs about us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting This is the risk to an average individal given current cancer rates of developing a cancer before his or her 75th birthday assuming survival to that date It is usually expressed as a percentage Note that cumulative risk takes no account of differences in risk factors between individuals or of possible future changes in incidence but is based on the average Irish male or female and the current incidence rates for the population Note also that a substantial number of cancers occur in individuals ages 75 years or more As the normal life expectancy in Ireland is close to 75 years the cumulative risk to age 74 is a good approximation of the lifetime risk of developing a cancer Rating Select rating Give it 1 5 Give it 2 5 Give it 3 5 Give it 4

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/faqs/using-cancer-data/what-cumulative-risk-age-74 (2014-07-21)
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  • What is the world age-standardised rate (WASR)? | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    Presentations All Ireland cancer statistics Infographics Research Research themes Descriptive epidemiology Health services research Aetiological research Research projects Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations Research partners Research team FAQs All FAQs FAQs about us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting What is the world age standardised rate WASR Home FAQs Using interpreting our data What is the world age standardised rate WASR All FAQs FAQs about us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting This is the rate that would have been found if the population of Ireland had the same age composition proportion of total population in each five year age class as a hypothetical world wide population The rates are calculated by applying the age specific rates for the location being studied to a theoretical world wide standard population usually expressed per 100 000 persons per year Rating Select rating Give it 1 5 Give it 2 5 Give it 3 5 Give it 4 5 Give it 5 5 Cancel rating No votes yet Is this information helpful Please rate the FAQ answer This FAQ was last modified on Tue 02

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/faqs/using-cancer-data/what-world-age-standardised-rate-wasr (2014-07-21)
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  • What is the European age-standardised rate (EASR)? | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    papers Presentations All Ireland cancer statistics Infographics Research Research themes Descriptive epidemiology Health services research Aetiological research Research projects Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations Research partners Research team FAQs All FAQs FAQs about us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting What is the European age standardised rate EASR Home FAQs Using interpreting our data What is the European age standardised rate EASR All FAQs FAQs about us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting This is the rate that would have been found if the population of Ireland had the same age composition proportion of total population in each five year age class as a hypothetical European population The rates are calculated by applying the age specific rates for the location being studied to a theoretical European standard population usually expressed per 100 000 persons per year Rating Select rating Give it 1 5 Give it 2 5 Give it 3 5 Give it 4 5 Give it 5 5 Cancel rating No votes yet Is this information helpful Please rate the FAQ answer This FAQ was last modified on Mon 19 08

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/faqs/using-cancer-data/what-european-age-standardised-rate-easr (2014-07-21)
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  • What is the crude rate? | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting What is the crude rate Home FAQs Using interpreting our data What is the crude rate All FAQs FAQs about us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting The crude rate is the number of cases or deaths divided by the population at risk expressed per 100 000 persons per year Rating Select rating Give

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/faqs/using-cancer-data/what-crude-rate (2014-07-21)
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  • What is the percentage of total? | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting What is the percentage of total Home FAQs Using interpreting our data What is the percentage of total All FAQs FAQs about us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting The percentage of total figure indicates what proportion of the total cancers incidence mortality in a given area the current cancer accounts for Rating Select rating

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/faqs/using-cancer-data/what-percentage-total (2014-07-21)
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  • What is an age-standarised rate? | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    Cancer trends projections Statistical reports Cancer atlases Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations All Ireland cancer statistics Infographics Research Research themes Descriptive epidemiology Health services research Aetiological research Research projects Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations Research partners Research team FAQs All FAQs FAQs about us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting What is an age standarised rate Home FAQs Using interpreting our data What is an age standarised rate All FAQs FAQs about us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting An age standarised rate is a weighted sum of the age specific rates which indicates the overall rate for a particular cancer The two most commonly used age specific rates are the European Age Standardised Rate and the World Age Standardised Rate Rating Select rating Give it 1 5 Give it 2 5 Give it 3 5 Give it 4 5 Give it 5 5 Cancel rating No votes yet Is this information helpful Please rate the FAQ answer This FAQ was last modified on Tue 02 07 2013 Printer friendly version Building 6800 Cork Airport Business Park Kinsale Road Cork

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/faqs/using-cancer-data/what-age-standarised-rate (2014-07-21)
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  • What is an age-specific rate? | National Cancer Registry Ireland
    how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting Home About us News NCRI Newsletter Contact us Complaints Access Officer What we do Governance Vacancies Our staff Links Data statistics Data we collect Cancer factsheets Online cancer incidence Survival statistics Data set download Cancer rates mapped Request data Publications Annual financial reports Cancer trends projections Statistical reports Cancer atlases Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations All Ireland cancer statistics Infographics Research Research themes Descriptive epidemiology Health services research Aetiological research Research projects Research publications Research reports Scientific papers Presentations Research partners Research team FAQs All FAQs FAQs about us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting FAQs Using interpreting our data What is an age specific rate All FAQs FAQs about us About our data how we collect it Using interpreting our data Cancer information Troubleshooting What is an age specific rate The age specific rate is the number of cases per person in a particular age class usually for five year age classes up to 85 expressed per 100 000 persons per year Rating Select rating Give it 1 5 Give it 2 5 Give it 3 5 Give

    Original URL path: http://www.ncri.ie/faqs/using-cancer-data/what-age-specific-rate (2014-07-21)
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