SmoothHazard: Smooth models for interval-censored data with applications to survival and illness-death models

SmoothHazard is a package for fitting illness-death (and survival) model with possibly interval-censored data for transition toward transient state. Left-truncated and right-censored data are also allowed. Proportional intensities regression models allow for covariates on each of the 3 transitions. We use either a parametric approach with Weibull baseline intensities or a semi-parametric approach with M-splines approximation of baseline intensities in order to obtain smooth estimates. Estimation of parameters is conducted by likelihood maximization in the parametric approach or penalized likelihood maximization in the semi-parametric approach.

AuthorCelia Touraine, Pierre Joly, Thomas A. Gerds
Date of publication2015-10-22 14:51:53
MaintainerThomas Alexander Gerds <tag@biostat.ku.dk>
LicenseGPL (>= 2)
Version1.2.7

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DESCRIPTION
NAMESPACE
R
R/SmoothHazard-package.R R/idm.R R/lifexpect.R R/plot.idm.R R/plot.shr.R R/predict.idm.R R/print.idm.R R/print.shr.R R/shr.R R/simSurvIC.R R/simulateIDM.R R/summary.idm.R R/summary.shr.R
data
data/Paq1000.txt.gz
data/testdata.txt.gz
man
man/Paq1000.Rd man/idm.Rd man/idmModel.Rd man/lifexpect.Rd man/plot.idm.Rd man/plot.shr.Rd man/predict.idm.Rd man/print.idm.Rd man/print.shr.Rd man/shr.Rd man/sim.idmModel.Rd man/sim.survIC.Rd man/simulateIDM.Rd man/summary.idm.Rd man/summary.shr.Rd man/survIC.Rd man/testdata.Rd
src
src/Makevars
src/Makevars.win
src/bgos.f90
src/commun.f90
src/distance.f90
src/estimv.f90
src/fonct.f90
src/idmLikelihood.f90
src/idmPl.f90
src/idmPlLikelihood.f90
src/idmPlLikelihood0.f90
src/idmPlLikelihood2.f90
src/idmWeib.f90
src/optim.f90
src/qgauss1.f90
src/recKappa.f90
src/survLikelihood.f90
src/survPl.f90
src/survPlLikelihood.f90
src/survWeib.f90
src/tri.f90
src/useSurv.f90
tests
tests/test-idm.R

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