Python for Epidemiologists, feat. zEpid which I just discover right now. `#python`

A few highlights: basic epidemiology calculations, easily create functional form assessment plots, easily create effect measure plots, generate and conduct diagnostic tests. Implemented estimators include; inverse probability of treatment weights, inverse probability of censoring weights, inverse probabilitiy of missing weights, augmented inverse probability weights, time-fixed g-formula, Monte Carlo g-formula, Iterative conditional g-formula, and targeted maximum likelihood (TMLE).

Note that `lifelines`

requires Matplotlib 2.2.3 but the latest release, as
upgraded when installing `zepid`

, is 3.0.2. How nice!