My question pertains to how to calculate censoring proportion in the perspective of recurrent event data in which an individual subject can have multiple survival times related to repeated occurrences of an event. As an example, in this data an individual can be censored throughout follow-up while others can experience one or more events and get censored afterwards and some have no censored observations.
When thinking about how to calculate censoring proportion in such data two approaches comes to mind. One is to divide the number of censored observations by the total number of observations and the next is to divide the number of censored observations by the number of individuals under study.
I am not sure which of these is appropriate. Any help on this is greatly appreciated. Links to any literature will also be helpful.