Web: http://arxiv.org/abs/2209.06592

Sept. 15, 2022, 1:12 a.m. | Cynthia Huber, Matthias Schmid, Tim Friede

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Model-based recursive partitioning (MOB) is a semi-parametric statistical
approach allowing the identification of subgroups that can be combined with a
broad range of outcome measures including continuous time-to-event outcomes.
When time is measured on a discrete scale, methods and models need to account
for this discreetness as otherwise subgroups might be spurious and effects
biased. The test underlying the splitting criterion of MOB, the M-fluctuation
test, assumes independent observations. However, for fitting discrete
time-to-event models the data matrix has to …

arxiv event partitioning recursive

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