scikit-survival 0.9 released

This release of scikit-survival adds support for scikit-learn 0.21 and pandas 0.24, among a couple of other smaller fixes. Please see the release notes for a full list of changes. If you are using scikit-survival in your research, you can now cite it using an Digital Object Identifier (DOI).

A usual, the latest version can be obtained via conda or pip. Pre-built conda packages are available for Linux, OSX and Windows:

 conda install -c sebp scikit-survival

Alternatively, scikit-survival can be installed from source via pip:

 pip install -U scikit-survival
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Sebastian Pölsterl
Post-Doctoral Researcher

My research interests include machine learning for time-to-event analysis, non-Euclidean data, and biomedical applications.