Posts tagged censoring
This example notebook on Bayesian survival analysis touches on the point of censored data. Censoring is a form of missing-data problem, in which observations greater than a certain threshold are clipped down to that threshold, or observations less than a certain threshold are clipped up to that threshold, or both. These are called right, left and interval censoring, respectively. In this example notebook we consider interval censoring.
- 22 January 2022
- Category: beginner
The notebook provides an example of how to conduct linear regression when your outcome variable is either censored or truncated.