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Questions tagged [cure-models]

Cure models are survival analysis (aka event history analysis, failure analysis) models that account for the unknown fraction of subjects that will never experience the event of interest. A review of cure models can be found here: https://dial.uclouvain.be/pr/boreal/object/boreal:184737

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Modelling Incidents in Survival Analysis

I'm working with a mixture cure model in a panel dataset covering multiple products across several years. The time-to-event, defined as the duration between the auction start and product sale, is ...
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Using Propensity Score Matching for Kaplan-Meier Survival Analysis

Suppose I have a sample comprising two distinct groups. I want to estimate the survival curve separately for each group using the Kaplan-Meier method. My primary goal is to visualize any differences ...
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Mixture cure models in Python - code help

I've been trying to fit mixture cure models in Python. My data has 3 columns: Time, Event_Status(1 and 0) and Cure_Status(1 and 0). I would actually like to extend this problem to a multiple event ...
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Are there unified cure modeling (aka split population modeling) papers in labor economics?

Does anyone know if there are unified cure models (aka split population models) in time-until-employment studies that combine the mixture cure approach with the promotion time approach as described in ...
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