Launch the Fit Parametric Survival platform by selecting Analyze > Reliability and Survival > Fit Parametric Survival.
Tip: To change the alpha level, click on the red triangle menu and select Set Alpha Level.
Contains the time to event or time to censoring. With interval censoring, specify two Y variables, where one Y variable gives the lower limit and the other Y variable gives the upper limit for each unit.
Specify a column with indicators to represent or signify censored observations. Nonzero values in the censor column indicate censored observations. The coding of censored values is usually equal to 1. Uncensored values must be coded as 0.
Specify a column whose values are the frequencies or counts of observations for each row when there are multiple units recorded.
Specify a column containing multiple failure causes. This column is particularly useful for estimating competing causes. A separate parametric fit is performed for each cause value. Failure events can be coded with either numeric or categorical (labels) values.
Specify location and scale effects using these options. For more details about the Construct Model Effects options, see the Fitting Linear Models book.
Choose the desired response distribution that is appropriate for your data. Choose the All Distributions option to fit all the distributions and compare the fits.