I am working on developing some high-dimensional survival analysis methods with R, but I do not know where to find such high-dimensional survival datasets.

Could anyone tell me where to find such datasets, for examples the data used in:

Or any other massive high dimensional survival datasets?

  • Have you requested the data from the authors of those papers? That would be the first thing to try.
    – philshem
    Apr 4, 2015 at 12:57
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    Thanks, I have tried but no reply so far. I will try again later.
    – floodking
    Apr 7, 2015 at 1:49
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    The joy of academic research… May 16, 2016 at 3:32

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If you're using the "survival" statistical package on R, you should also be familiar with the free datasets that Rstudio comes packaged with.

Check out this webpage that lists all datasets that come preinstalled. Searching for "survival" should yield quite a few different tables that will be readily available to download.

While many of them only contain only a few dimensions, some provide more granularity - but not sure if this meets your requirements. Do you have a more thorough list of requirements (N number of dimensions... X number of rows) that you can specify?


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