[SciPy-User] [Numpy-discussion] Weibull analysis ?
Tue Nov 30 10:56:09 CST 2010
On Tue, Nov 30, 2010 at 10:55 AM, Skipper Seabold <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 29, 2010 at 12:53 PM, David Trémouilles
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Thanks for this starting point Skipper !
>> What you mentioned is a small part of what I'm looking for.
> I don't know of anything that can do these things in Python (that
> doesn't mean anything though). A brief look through the following
> references, I don't see anything that couldn't be accomplished with
> scipy. You can look to the statsmodels scikit if you want some
> structure. Please post your code, if you get any further on this.
> References in-lined for my own edification.
>> 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
>> - ...
Thanks Skipper, nice references.
Per Brodtkorb still has the best code for this that I have seen
I haven't managed to work my way through profile likelihood yet. With
generic mle it should be 20 lines of code or less to get mle estimate
and parameter_covariance estimates. Estimating the lower bound in a 3
parameter weibull might have problems with mle. Per has Maximum
Product Spacings as alternative estimator. (I'm using generalized
method of moments with quantile matching as an alternative.)
I haven't seen anything on mixture modeling in Python other than
gaussian. If there are only a few mixtures, then mle should be able to
handle it without having to use an EM algorithm.
(generic survival/hazard/failure model estimation with censored or
binned data is on my plans for statsmodels, I just need to put the
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