In this folder are some examples of lifelines usage, some with and some without comments and context. You can see some common patterns using lifelines and survival analysis.
- Cox residuals: A notebook displaying how to create residuals for the Cox model.
- Custom Regression Models: A notebook with examples on how to create a custom parametric regression model.
- Customer Churn: A notebook analyzing customer subscription churn from a TelCom.
- Mixture of Exponentials and Binning: A notebook on dealing with binning (like from an instrument or rounding) and a mixture of distributions.
- Modelling time-lagged conversion rates: A notebook on custom univariate models that have a fraction of subjects that never experience the event of interest. Also known as cure models.
- Piecewise Exponential Models and Creating Custom Models: A notebook demonstrating how to create custom univariate models. Lots of examples.
- Proportional hazard assumption: A notebook for diagnosing and fixing violations of the proportional hazard assumption.
- SaaS churn and piecewise regression models: A notebook that demonstrates how to use the
PiecewiseExponentialRegressionFitterfor understanding SaaS customer churn.
- US Presidential Cabinet survival: Analyzing tenure in presidential cabinets over the different generations.
- aalen_and_cook_simulation: A demonstration of how the Cox model fails when missing independent risk factors.
- cure_model: A custom regression model of a cure model.
- haft_model: An implementation of a heterogeneous-AFT model. Subjects' variance can vary with their factors.
- left_censoring_experiments: Comparing some parametric univariate models on left-censoring data.