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Bayesian Survival Analysis PyMC3 Tutorial
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@markdickson markdickson commented Apr 3, 2016

Using Anaconda 2.4.0 and the latest pymc3, there's an error executing cell 18:

pm.traceplot(trace, vars=['beta']);

gives the error


TypeError Traceback (most recent call last)
in ()
----> 1 pm.traceplot(trace, vars=['beta']);

TypeError: traceplot() got an unexpected keyword argument 'vars'

Is this notebook out of date?

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@joshcutler joshcutler commented Apr 7, 2016

@markdickson vars is now varnames. That said I am having issues where all samples of Beta end up being zero.

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@shirishr shirishr commented Jul 31, 2018

Please see "http://docs.pymc.io/notebooks/survival_analysis.html" for good/updated code

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@PrashantSaikia PrashantSaikia commented Nov 23, 2018

How do you validate the predictions and test their accuracy?

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@AloysiusFekete AloysiusFekete commented Jan 9, 2020

Great summary.
I got a "can't pickle fortran objects" error which was unrelated to your notebook. I updated conda and it ran normally.

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