straweib: Stratified Weibull Regression Model
Version 1.0

The main function is icweib, which fits a stratified Weibull proportional hazards model for left censored, right censored, interval censored, and non-censored survival data. We parameterize the Weibull regression model so that it allows a stratum-specific baseline hazard function, but where the effects of other covariates are assumed to be constant across strata.

AuthorXiangdong Gu and Raji Balasubramanian
Date of publication2013-07-15 07:27:13
MaintainerXiangdong Gu <xdgu@schoolph.umass.edu>
LicenseGPL (>= 2)
Version1.0
Package repositoryView on CRAN
InstallationInstall the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("straweib")

Popular man pages

HRatio: Estimate hazard ratio between two subjects
hyper: Treatment of hypernephroma data
icweib: Fit stratified Weibull regression model
plot.icweib: Plot estimated survival function
print.icweib: Print icweib object
simdata: Simulated data with mixed types of events
tooth24: Tooth data
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Man pages

HRatio: Estimate hazard ratio between two subjects
hyper: Treatment of hypernephroma data
icweib: Fit stratified Weibull regression model
plot.icweib: Plot estimated survival function
print.icweib: Print icweib object
simdata: Simulated data with mixed types of events
tooth24: Tooth data

Functions

HRatio Man page Source code
hyper Man page
icweib Man page Source code
plot.icweib Man page Source code
print.icweib Man page Source code
simdata Man page
tooth24 Man page

Files

MD5
man
man/tooth24.Rd
man/simdata.Rd
man/print.icweib.Rd
man/plot.icweib.Rd
man/icweib.Rd
man/hyper.Rd
man/HRatio.Rd
data
data/tooth24.rda
data/simdata.rda
data/hyper.rda
R
R/print.icweib.R
R/plot.icweib.R
R/icweib.R
R/HRatio.R
NAMESPACE
DESCRIPTION
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