v_rcensored provides a right-censored vector. Unlike other representations,
v_rcensored can be subset with
[ and concatenated with
c as you would any other vector. The type is
implemented as a
new_rcrd where the necessary data are
v_rcensored( outcomes = list(), censors, end_time = Inf, internal_name = "", context, extra_descriptors = list() ) rcen( outcomes = list(), censors, end_time = Inf, internal_name = "", context, extra_descriptors = list() ) is_v_rcensored(x) is_rcensored(x) # S3 method for v_rcensored as.character(x, ...) # S3 method for v_rcensored as_canonical(x)
the internal name of the variable
passed to other methods such as
as_canonical casts the vector to a
for functions to access components of a
When printed, an open right triangle indicates an observation was censored.
A closed right triangle indicates an observation reached
being censored or having an outcome. No triangles indicated an observation
that had one of the outcomes.