Create a recurrent event survival object, used as a response variable in
This function is deprecated in Version 1.1.6.
A recurrent event object is now being created with
See '?Recur()' for details.
reSurv(time1, time2, id, event, status, origin = 0)
time2" is provided, this vector is treated as the starting time for the gap time between two successive recurrent events.
In the absence of "
time2", this is the observation time of recurrence on calendar time scale, in which, the time corresponds to the time since entry/inclusion in the study.
an optional vector for ending time for the gap time between two successive recurrent events.
a binary vector used as the recurrent event indicator.
event = 1 for recurrent times.
a binary vector used as the status indicator for the terminal event.
status = 0 for censored times.
a numerical vector indicating the time origin of subjects.
origin is a scalar,
reSurv assumes all subjects have the same origin.
origin needs to be a numerical vector, with length equals to the number of subjects.
In this case, each element corresponds to different origins for different subjects.
This argument is only needed when "
time2" is missing.
## being deprecated in Verson 1.1.7
## Use Recur() instead