I was hoping somebody could help with a relatively easy survival analysis question.
I have survey data of an animal populaton and I want to create a survival curve for a specific year.
So, I have the age of the animal at the start of the year and the age of the animal at the end of the year and whether it died during that time period and what age that it died at.
I'm fairly new to survival curves and reading online examples it looks like I would need to do a right censored survival curve, to account for animals which have not died at the end of the year? Or would it be an interval censored curve, as I am taking readings between two points?
Many thanks for any pointers on this.