Description Usage Arguments Details Value

Function for doing predictions for class `gfcm`

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1 2 3 4 5 6 | ```
predict.gfcm(object, newdata = NULL, type = c("surv", "curerate",
"probcure", "survuncured", "hazarduncured", "cumhazuncured", "densityuncured",
"failuncured", "oddsuncured", "loghazarduncured", "hazard", "density", "fail",
"loghazard", "odds", "cumhaz"), indi = TRUE, time = NULL,
var.type = c("ci", "se", "n"), pars = NULL, link = NULL,
keep.attributes = FALSE, ...)
``` |

`object` |
Object of class |

`newdata` |
Data frame from which to compute predictions. If empty, predictions are made on the data which the model was fitted on. |

`type` |
Prediction type (see details). The default is |

`time` |
Optional time points at which to compute predictions.
This argument is not used if type is |

`var.type` |
Character. Possible values are " |

`pars` |
Numerical vector containing the parameters values of the model. In general, this argument can be ignored by the user. |

`link` |
Character, indicating the link function for the variance calculations.
Possible values are " |

`keep.attributes` |
Logical. If |

Possible values for argument `type`

are:

`surv`

: Survival function

`curerate`

: The cure fraction

`probcure`

: The conditional probability of being cured

`survuncured`

: The survival of the uncured

`hazarduncured`

: The hazard function of the uncured

`cumhazuncured`

: The cumulative hazard of the uncured

`densityuncured`

: The density function of the uncured

`failuncured`

: The distribution function of the uncured, i.e., 1 - `survuncured`

`oddsuncured`

: Odds of the uncured, i.e., (1 - `survuncured`

) / `survuncured`

`loghazarduncured`

: The log-hazard of the uncured

`hazard`

: The hazard function

`density`

: The density function

`fail`

: The distribution function

`loghazard`

: The log-hazard function

`odds`

: The odds, i.e., (1 - `surv`

) / `surv`

`cumhaz`

: The cumulative hazard function

A list containing the predictions of each individual in `newdata`

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LasseHjort/cuRe documentation built on Sept. 23, 2018, 7:30 p.m.

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