BayesMixSurv: Bayesian Mixture Survival Models using Additive Mixture-of-Weibull Hazards, with Lasso Shrinkage and Stratification

Bayesian Mixture Survival Models using Additive Mixture-of-Weibull Hazards, with Lasso Shrinkage and Stratification. As a Bayesian dynamic survival model, it relaxes the proportional-hazard assumption. Lasso shrinkage controls overfitting, given the increase in the number of free parameters in the model due to presence of two Weibull components in the hazard function.

AuthorAlireza S. Mahani, Mansour T.A. Sharabiani
Date of publication2016-09-08 10:24:27
MaintainerAlireza S. Mahani <alireza.s.mahani@gmail.com>
LicenseGPL (>= 2)
Version0.9.1

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bayesmixsurv Man page
bayesmixsurv.control Man page
bayesmixsurv.crossval Man page
bayesmixsurv.crossval.wrapper Man page
bayesmixsurv.generate.folds Man page
bayesmixsurv.generate.folds.eventbalanced Man page
plot.bayesmixsurv Man page
predict.bayesmixsurv Man page
print.bayesmixsurv Man page
print.summary.bayesmixsurv Man page
summary.bayesmixsurv Man page
summary.predict.bayesmixsurv Man page

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