Function for adding to an already existing graphical window
the predicted (excess) hazard or (net) survival based on a `predMexhaz`

object.

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`x` |
an object of class |

`which` |
the type of curve to be plotted. Selection can be made
between |

`conf.int` |
logical values allowing the user to decide whether to
plot the 95% confidence limits of the survival (or hazard), if
confidence limits are available in the |

`...` |
additional parameters that are directly passed to the |

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data(simdatn1)
## Fit of a fixed-effect hazard model, with the baseline hazard
## described by a linear B-spline with two knots at 1 and 5 year and with
## effects of age (agecr), deprivation index (depindex) and sex (IsexH)
Mod_bs1_2 <- mexhaz(formula=Surv(time=timesurv,
event=vstat)~agecr+depindex+IsexH, data=simdatn1, base="exp.bs",
degree=1, knots=c(1,5), verbose=0)
## Prediction at several time points for one vector of covariates
Pred_Modbs1_2A <- predMexhaz(Mod_bs1_2, time.pts=seq(0.1,10,by=0.1),
data.val=data.frame(agecr=0,depindex=0.5,IsexH=1), conf.int="delta")
plot(Pred_Modbs1_2A,which="hazard",col="red")
points(Pred_Modbs1_2A,which="hazard",conf.int=FALSE)
``` |

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