JMP 11 Online Documentation (English)
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Design of Experiments Guide
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Reliability and Survival Methods
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Recurrence Analysis
Model the Frequency of Cost of Recurrent Events over Time
The Recurrence Analysis platform analyzes event times like the other Reliability and Survival platforms, but the events can recur several times for each unit. Typically, these events occur when a unit breaks down, is repaired, and then put back into service after the repair.
The units are followed until they are ultimately taken out of service. Similarly, recurrence analysis can be used to analyze data from continuing treatments of a long-term disease, such as the recurrence of tumors in patients receiving treatment for bladder cancer. The goal of the analysis is to obtain the MCF, the mean cumulative function, which shows the total cost per unit as a function of time. Cost can be just the number of repairs, or it can be the actual cost of repair.
Recurrence Analysis Example
Contents
Recurrence Analysis Overview
Example of the Recurrence Analysis Platform
Launch the Recurrence Analysis Platform
Recurrence Analysis Platform Options
Fit Model
Additional Examples of the Recurrence Analysis Platform
Bladder Cancer Recurrences Example
Diesel Ship Engines Example