[R] competing risks regression

From: Yu, Changhong <YuC_at_ccf.org>
Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2008 17:35:29 -0400

Dear R users,  

I used crr function in R package 'cmprsk' to fit a competing risks model. There were no any error or

warning messages during running the function, but the output was obvious not correct.  

I saved the model fit as an object called f.crr. I extracted bfitj from the object by doing f.crr$bfitj, and found

values of bfitj were extremely large (around 1e+138). I tried all parameters available for the function crr,

but can't pinpoint the problem.  

Any thoughts or ideas would be appreciated. R version in my computer is version 2.6.0. Thanks very much.    


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