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Sun, 03 May 2015 17:51:30 +0000http://statmd.wordpress.com/?p=708#comment-1409[…] Survival Analysis With Generalized Additive Models : Part IV (the survival function) The ability of PGAMs to estimate the log-baseline hazard rate, endows them with the capability to be used as smooth alternatives to the Kaplan Meier curve. If we assume for the shake of simplicity that there are no proportional co-variates in the PGAM regression, then the quantity modeled corresponds to the log-hazard of the survival function. […]
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