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These incorporate response distributions such as the lognormal, Weibull, log-logistic, and Rayleigh (see Parametric Models in Survival Analysis) plus their transforms, and with various forms of censoring. More specialized survival analysis packages such as Egret  also accommodate censored regression models. Speciﬁc procedures for semi- and nonparametric analyses do not appear to be widely available.         References       Aitkin, M. (1981).
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