comp.graph: Plot a 'cox.ridge' or 'cox.dynamic.ridge' object.

Description Usage Arguments Details References See Also Examples

View source: R/comp.graph.R

Description

Plots time varying effects of covariates.

Usage

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comp.graph(obj, alpha = 0.05, xlab = "time", ylab = "X effect", 
all.terms = TRUE, variable)

Arguments

obj

A cox.ridge or cox.dynamic.ridge object.

alpha

The alpha level used for confidence bands.

xlab

a title for the x axis

ylab

a title for the y axis

all.terms

When TRUE all time-varying effects variables are plotted.

variable

when all.terms=FALSE you need to specify which variable to be plotted. Use numbers 1,2,3... for first, second, third etc.

Details

Confidence bands are computed using the delta method.

References

Perperoglou A, le Cessie S, van Houwelingen HC (2006). Reduced-rank hazard regression for modelling non-proportional hazards. Statistics in Medicine: 25, 2831-2845

See Also

plot

Examples

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data(ova)
attach(ova)
X <- cbind(karn,diam,figo)
X <- apply(X,2,function(x){(x-mean(x))/sqrt(var(x))})
Ft <- cbind(rep(1,nrow(X)),bs(time))
fit <- Dynamic.Ridge(time,death,X,Ft=Ft,fun="simple")
comp.graph(fit,all.terms=FALSE,variable=1)
par(mfrow=c(3,1))
comp.graph(fit)

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