R/predict.parfm.R

Defines functions predict.parfm

Documented in predict.parfm

################################################################################
#  Prediction of frailties                                                     #
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#                                                                              #
#  Computes the prediction of the fraities as                                  #
#                                                                              #
#  Its only parameter is                                                       #
#   - object  : the fitted model, object of class 'parfm'                      #
#                                                                              #
#   Date: February 02, 2012                                                    #
#   Last modification: January 30, 2017                                        #
################################################################################

predict.parfm <- function(object,
                          ...) {
# Frailty distribution
  if (attributes(object)$frailty == "none")
    stop("The model 'object' is is a simple Cox modelm with no frailties!")
  frailty <- eval(parse(text = paste(
      "fr", attributes(object)$frailty, sep = ".")))
  frPar  <- c(rownames(object)[1], object[1, 1])
  
  # Baseline hazard
  dist <- eval(parse(text = attributes(object)$dist))
  
# Data needed for the derivatives of the  Laplace transform 
  cumhaz <- attributes(object)$cumhaz
  di <- attributes(object)$di
  clusters <- names(attr(object, "di"))

  res <- sapply(clusters, FUN = function(h) {
    exp(diff(sapply(
      paste("frailty(k=attributes(object)$di['", h, "']+", 0:1,
                    ", s=cumhaz['", h, "'], ",
            paste(frPar, collapse = "="), ", ",
            ifelse(attributes(object)$frailty == "possta", 
                   paste("Omega=Omega(D=max(di)+1, ",
                         "correct=", attr(object, 'correct'), 
                         ", nu=", frPar[2] ,")",
                         ", correct=", attr(object, 'correct'), ", ",
                         sep = ""),
                   ""),
            "what='logLT'",
            ")", sep = ""),
      function(x) eval(parse(text = x)),
   USE.NAMES = FALSE)))
  }, USE.NAMES = FALSE)
  
  class(res) <- "predict.parfm"
  attr(res, "clustname") <- attr(object, "clustname")
  attr(res, "frailty") <- attr(object, "frailty")
  attr(res, "dist") <- attr(object, "dist")
  return(res)
}

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parfm documentation built on May 31, 2017, 2:48 a.m.