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A joint latent class model of longitudinal and survival data with a time-varying membership probability

  title={A joint latent class model of longitudinal and survival data with a time-varying membership probability},
  author={Ruoyu Miao and Christiana Charalambous},
Joint latent class modelling has been developed considerably in the past two decades. In some instances, the models are linked by the latent class k (i.e. the number of subgroups), in others they are joined by shared random effects or a heterogeneous random covariance matrix. We propose an extension to the joint latent class model (JLCM) in which probabilities of subjects being in latent class k can be set to vary with time. This can be a more flexible way to analyse the effect of treatments to… 



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