A classification (decision) tree is constructed from survival data with high-dimensional covariates. The method is a robust version of the logrank tree, where the variance is stabilized. The main function "uni.tree" returns a classification tree for a given survival dataset. The inner nodes (splitting criterion) are selected by minimizing the P-value of the two-sample the score tests. The decision of declaring terminal nodes (stopping criterion) is the P-value threshold given by an argument (specified by user). This tree construction algorithm is proposed by Emura et al. (2021, in review).
|Author||Takeshi Emura and Wei-Chern Hsu|
|Maintainer||Takeshi Emura <email@example.com>|
|Package repository||View on CRAN|
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