simfinal_fmsm | R Documentation |
Estimates the probability of each final outcome ("absorbing" state), and the mean and quantiles of the time to that outcome for people who experience it, by simulating a large sample of individuals from the model. This can be used for both Markov and semi-Markov models.
simfinal_fmsm(
x,
newdata = NULL,
probs = c(0.025, 0.5, 0.975),
t = 1000,
M = 1e+05,
B = 0,
cores = NULL
)
x |
Object returned by |
newdata |
Data frame of covariate values, with one column per covariate, and one row per alternative value. |
probs |
Quantiles to calculate, by default, |
t |
Maximum time to simulate to, passed to |
M |
Number of individuals to simulate. |
B |
Number of simulations to use to calculate 95% confidence intervals
based on the asymptotic normal distribution of the basic parameter
estimates. If |
cores |
Number of processor cores to use. If |
For a competing risks model, i.e. a model defined by just one starting state and multiple destination states representing competing events, this returns the probability governing the next event that happens, and the distribution of the time to each event conditionally on that event happening.
A tidy data frame with rows for each combination of covariate values
and quantity of interest. The quantity of interest is identified in the
column quantity
, and the value of the quantity is in val
,
with additional columns lower
and upper
giving 95%
confidence intervals for the quantity, if B>0
.
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