SurvivalModel

SurvivalModel[...]
represents the symbolic survival model obtained from functions like SurvivalModelFit.

Details and OptionsDetails and Options

  • Properties of a survival model are obtained from SurvivalModel[...]["property"].
  • SurvivalModel[...][{prop1, prop2, ...}] gives several properties.
  • SurvivalModel[...][x1, ...] gives the value of the best-fit function at a particular point , ....
  • Normal gives the expression for the default fitted function in a SurvivalModel.
  • SurvivalModel objects are returned by fitting functions such as SurvivalModelFit.
  • SurvivalModel[...][prop, ann] gives the annotation ann associated with the property prop.
  • Possible properties available for a given type of fitted model are listed on the pages for functions such as SurvivalModelFit that generate the model.

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Basic Examples (1)Basic Examples (1)

Create a SurvivalModel from some right-censored data:

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Extract a property from the model:

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Evaluate the survival function at :

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Use Normal to obtain the survival function:

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Obtain a list of available properties:

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