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GNU R package for survival analysis

This package provides functions and datasets for survival analysis: descriptive statistics, two-sample tests, parametric accelerated failure models, Cox model. Delayed entry (truncation) is allowed for all models; interval censoring for parametric models.

This package is part of the set of packages that are 'recommended' by R Core and shipped with upstream source releases of R itself.

Package version:2.35-8-1


 Some portions of the survival package have been written using the literate
programming paradym.  These are contained here, and have a .Rnw suffix.
Long term, the plan is to have all of the code source here to maximize
the documentation, and through it the reliability of the package.  At
this time the number of files here is very small, so I have broken one of
the rules of archiving, "put only the


survival (2.35-8-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release

 -- Dirk Eddelbuettel <>  Tue, 22 Dec 2009 09:09:05 -0600

survival (2.35-7-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * Rebuilt for R 2.10.0 to work with new R-internal help file conversion

  * debian/control: Set (Build-)Depends: to current R version

 -- Dirk Eddelbuettel <>  Mon, 02 Nov 2009 21:20:36 -0600



22 April 2009.  The coxph code had an override to iter and eps, making both of
them more strict for a penalized model.  However, the overall default values
have changed over time, so that these lines actually decreased accuracy - the
opposite of their intent.  Removed the lines.  Also removed the iter.miss and
eps.miss components (on which this check depended) from coxph.control, which
makes that 


This is the Debian GNU/Linux r-cran-survival package of survival, a
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