This function plots the estimates created by `apc.fit`

in a single
graph. It just calls `apc.frame`

after computing some sensible
values of the parameters, and subsequently plots the estimates using
`apc.lines`

.

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`x` |
An object of class |

`r.txt` |
The text to put on the vertical rate axis. |

`...` |
Additional arguments passed on to |

`plot.apc`

is just a wrapper for `apc.plot`

.

A numerical vector of length two, with names
`c("cp.offset","RR.fac")`

. The first is the offset for the cohort
period-axis, the second the multiplication factor for the rate-ratio
scale. Therefore, if you want to plot at `(x,y)`

in the right panel,
use `(x-res["cp.offset"],y/res["RR.fac"])`

`=(x-res[1],y/res[2])`

.
This vector should be supplied for the parameter `frame.par`

to
`apc.lines`

if more sets of estimates is plotted in the
same graph, however see `cp.points`

.

Bendix Carstensen, Steno Diabetes Center, http://BendixCarstensen.com

`apc.lines`

, `lines.apc`

,
`apc.frame`

, `apc.fit`

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