deviance {BeQut} | R Documentation |

`deviance`

returns the deviance based on the conditional likelihood associated with the survival part.`deviance`

returns the deviance based on the conditional likelihood associated with the survival part.

```
deviance(object, M = 1000, conditional = "survival", verbose = TRUE)
```

`object` |
an object inheriting from class 'Bqrjm'. |

`M` |
an integer indicating the number of draws used for the approximation of the integral with respect to random effects, M=1000 by default. |

`conditional` |
is "survival" by default (only this one is implemented until now). |

`verbose` |
A logical indicating if information about method's progress (included progress bars for each step) must be printed (default to TRUE). Adds a small extra overload. |

An object which is a list with the following elements:

`deviance`

Numerical object returning the deviance

`likelihood`

(Conditional) likelihood

`sims.list`

list of individual quantities as likelihood, draws of random effects, hazard and survival functions

`control`

list of arguments giving details about the deviance

Antoine Barbieri and Baptiste CourrĂ¨ges

```
#---- load data
data(dataLong)
#---- Fit quantile regression joint model for the median
qrjm_50 <- qrjm(formFixed = y ~ visit,
formRandom = ~ visit,
formGroup = ~ ID,
formSurv = survival::Surv(time, event) ~ X1 + X2,
survMod = "weibull",
param = "value",
timeVar= "visit",
data = dataLong,
save_va = TRUE,
parallel = FALSE,
tau = 0.5)
deviance(qrjm_50, M=200)
```

[Package *BeQut* version 0.1.0 Index]