[SciPy-User] [Numpy-discussion] Weibull analysis ?
Mon Nov 29 11:53:42 CST 2010
Thanks for this starting point Skipper !
What you mentioned is a small part of what I'm looking for.
Among other feature regarding Weibull analysis I'm interested in:
- Type 1 right censored data Maximum likelihood estimator
- Fisher matrix for confidence bound
- Likelihood ratio bound
- Parameter estimation of mixed weibull models
If somebody already coded such tool and is eager to share...
Le 27/11/10 01:29, Skipper Seabold a écrit :
> On Fri, Nov 26, 2010 at 12:11 PM, David Trémouilles
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> After careful Google searches, I was not successful in finding any
>> project dealing with Weibull analysis with neither python nor
>> numpy or scipy.
>> So before reinventing the wheel, I ask here whether any of you
>> have already started such a project and is eager to share.
> Not sure what you need, but I have some stub code in
> scikits.statsmodels to fit a linear regression model with a Weibull
> distribution. It wouldn't be too much work to cleanup if this is what
> you're after.
> If you just want to fit a parametric likelihood to some univariate
> data you should be able to do this with scipy.stats. Josef or James
> will know better the current state of this code but let us know if you
> any problems
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