Maximin-projection learning (MPL, Shi, et al., 2018) is implemented for recommending a meaningful and reliable individualized treatment regime for future groups of patients based on the observed data from different populations with heterogeneity in individualized decision making. Q-learning and A-learning are implemented for estimating the groupwise contrast function that shares the same marginal treatment effects. The packages contains classical Q-learning and A-learning algorithms for a single stage study as a byproduct.
Chengchun Shi, Rui Song, Wenbin Lu and Bo Fu
Maintainer: Chengchun Shi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Shi, C., Song, R., Lu, W., and Fu, B. (2018). Maximin Projection Learning for Optimal Treatment Decision with Heterogeneous Individualized Treatment Effects. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 80: 681-702.
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