simGG.siminteract
uses ggplot2 to plot the quantities of
interest from siminteract
objects, including marginal effects, first
differences, hazard ratios, and hazard rates.
1 2 3 4 5 6  ## S3 method for class 'siminteract'
simGG(obj, from = NULL, rug = TRUE,
rug_position = "identity", to = NULL, xlab = NULL, ylab = NULL,
title = NULL, method = "auto", spalette = "Set1", legend = "legend",
leg.name = "", lcolour = "#2B8CBE", lsize = 1, pcolour = "#A6CEE3",
psize = 1, alpha = 0.2, type = "ribbons", ...)

obj 
a 
from 
numeric time to start the plot from. Only relevant if

rug 
logical indicating whether or not to include a rug plot showing
the distribution of values in the sample used to estimate the 
rug_position 
character string. The position adjustment to use for
overlapping points in the rug plot. Use 
to 
numeric time to plot to. Only relevant if

xlab 
a label for the plot's xaxis. 
ylab 
a label of the plot's yaxis. The default uses the value of

title 
the plot's main title. 
method 
what type of smoothing method to use to summarize the center of the simulation distribution. 
spalette 
colour palette for when there are multiple sets of
comparisons to plot. Not relevant for 
legend 
specifies what type of legend to include (if applicable). The
default is 
leg.name 
name of the legend (if applicable). 
lcolour 
character string colour of the smoothing line. The default is
hexadecimal colour 
lsize 
size of the smoothing line. Default is 1. See

pcolour 
character string colour of the simulated points or ribbons
(when there are not multiple sets of simulations). Default is hexadecimal
colour 
psize 
size of the plotted simulation points. Default is

alpha 
numeric. Alpha (e.g. transparency) for the points, lines, or
ribbons. Default is 
type 
character string. Specifies how to plot the simulations. Can be

... 
Additional arguments. (Currently ignored.) 
Uses ggplot2 to plot the quantities of interest from
siminteract
objects, including marginal effects, first differences,
hazard ratios, and hazard rates. If there are multiple strata, the quantities
of interest will be plotted in a grid by strata.
Note: A dotted line is created at y = 1 (0 for first difference), i.e. no effect, for timevarying hazard ratio graphs. No line is created for hazard rates.
Note: if qi = "Hazard Ratio"
or qi = "First Difference"
then
you need to have choosen more than one fitted value for X1
in
coxsimInteract
.
a gg
ggplot
class object
Gandrud, Christopher. 2015. simPH: An R Package for Illustrating Estimates from Cox Proportional Hazard Models Including for Interactive and Nonlinear Effects. Journal of Statistical Software. 65(3)120.
Brambor, Thomas, William Roberts Clark, and Matt Golder. 2006. ”Understanding Interaction Models: Improving Empirical Analyses.” Political Analysis 14(1): 6382.
Keele, Luke. 2010. ”Proportionally Difficult: Testing for Nonproportional Hazards in Cox Models.” Political Analysis 18(2): 189205.
Carpenter, Daniel P. 2002. ”Groups, the Media, Agency Waiting Costs, and FDA Drug Approval.” American Journal of Political Science 46(3): 490505.
coxsimInteract
, simGG.simlinear
,
and ggplot2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48  # Load Carpenter (2002) data
data("CarpenterFdaData")
# Load survival package
library(survival)
# Run basic model
M1 < coxph(Surv(acttime, censor) ~ lethal*prevgenx,
data = CarpenterFdaData)
# Simulate Marginal Effect of lethal for multiple values of prevgenx
Sim1 < coxsimInteract(M1, b1 = "lethal", b2 = "prevgenx",
X2 = seq(2, 115, by = 2), nsim = 100)
# Plot quantities of interest
simGG(Sim1)
simGG(Sim1, rug_position = 'jitter')
## Not run:
# Change the order of the covariates to make a more easily
# interpretable hazard ratio graph.
M2 < coxph(Surv(acttime, censor) ~ prevgenx*lethal,
data = CarpenterFdaData)
# Simulate Hazard Ratio of lethal for multiple values of prevgenx
Sim2 < coxsimInteract(M2, b1 = "prevgenx", b2 = "lethal",
X1 = seq(2, 115, by = 2),
X2 = c(0, 1),
qi = "Hazard Ratio", ci = 0.9)
# Simulate First Difference
Sim3 < coxsimInteract(M2, b1 = "prevgenx", b2 = "lethal",
X1 = seq(2, 115, by = 2),
X2 = c(0, 1),
qi = "First Difference", spin = TRUE)
# Simulate Hazard Rate
Sim4 < coxsimInteract(M2, b1 = "prevgenx", b2 = "lethal",
X1 = 100, X2 = 1, qi = "Hazard Rate")
# Plot quantities of interest
simGG(Sim1, xlab = "\nprevgenx",
ylab = "Marginal Effect of lethal\n")
simGG(Sim2, type = 'ribbons', rug_position = 'jitter')
simGG(Sim3)
simGG(Sim4, to = 150, type = 'lines', legend = FALSE)
## End(Not run)

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