mets (1.2.5)
Analysis of Multivariate Event Times.
https://github.com/kkholst/mets
http://cran.rproject.org/web/packages/mets
Implementation of various statistical models for multivariate event history data . Including multivariate cumulative incidence models , and bivariate random effects probit models (Liability models) . Also contains twostage binomial modelling that can do pairwise oddsratio dependence modelling based marginal logistic regression models. This is an alternative to the alternating logistic regression approach (ALR).
Maintainer:
Klaus K. Holst
Author(s): Klaus K. Holst and Thomas Scheike
License: GPL (>= 2)
Uses: lava, numDeriv, Rcpp, survival, timereg, R.rsp, prodlim, ucminf, testthat
Reverse depends: lava.tobit
Reverse suggests: gap, lava, Publish, riskRegression, timereg
Released 5 months ago.
21 previous versions
 mets_1.2.4. Released 8 months ago.
 mets_1.2.3.1. Released 12 months ago.
 mets_1.2.3. Released about 1 year ago.
 mets_1.2.2. Released about 2 years ago.
 mets_1.2.1. Released about 2 years ago.
 mets_1.2. Released about 2 years ago.
 mets_1.1.1. Released almost 4 years ago.
 mets_1.1.0. Released about 4 years ago.
 mets_1.0. Released over 4 years ago.
 mets_0.2.8. Released almost 5 years ago.
 mets_0.2.7. Released about 5 years ago.
 mets_0.2.6. Released over 5 years ago.
 mets_0.2.5. Released over 5 years ago.
 mets_0.2.4. Released almost 6 years ago.
 mets_0.2.3. Released almost 6 years ago.
 mets_0.2.2. Released almost 6 years ago.
 mets_0.2.1. Released almost 6 years ago.
 mets_0.113. Released about 6 years ago.
 mets_0.112. Released over 6 years ago.
 mets_0.111. Released almost 7 years ago.
 mets_0.18. Released almost 7 years ago.
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