Fit Cox proportional hazards models containing both fixed and random effects. The random effects can have a general form, of which familial interactions (a "kinship" matrix) is a particular special case. Note that the simplest case of a mixed effects Cox model, i.e. a single random per-group intercept, is also called a "frailty" model. The approach is based on Ripatti and Palmgren, Biometrics 2002.
|Author||Terry M. Therneau [aut, cre]|
|Maintainer||Terry M. Therneau <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
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