Using incidental mark-encounter data to improve survival estimation

Seth Harju, Scott Cambrin, Roy Averill-Murray, Melia Nafus, Kimberleigh Field & Linda Allison
1. Obtaining robust survival estimates is critical, but sample size limitations often result in imprecise estimates or the failure to obtain estimates for population subgroups. Concurrently, data are often recorded on incidental re-encounters of marked individuals, but these incidental data are often unused in survival analyses. 2. We evaluated the utility of supplementing a traditional survival dataset with incidental data on marked individuals that were collected ad-hoc. We used a continuous time-to-event exponential survival model...
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