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Horea Feier <[email protected]> |

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Re: st: At risk table |

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Mon, 6 Jun 2005 15:49:04 +0300 |

Yes, I am aware of -stsatrisk- (please see my first email). However, it places by default the values of the subjects at risk inside the graphregion. I was looking for a way to place them instead underneath the graph, in a table, as some journals (eg New England Journal of Medicine) require. On Jun 6, 2005, at 3:09 PM, Nick Cox wrote: > On the contrary, Svend referred to -stsatrisk-. See his > email again. > > Nick > [email protected] > > Horea Feier > > >> Thank you for your example script...It shows that you can insert the >> table, more or less "by hand", but it works. >> >> In fact I was looking for some program which could create this table >> automatically, so to say, and be able to place it in a specified >> position. >> >> I understand that you are not aware of such a contributed program? >> >> Thanks for your great example anyway, Horea >> >> >> On Jun 5, 2005, at 4:17 PM, Svend Juul wrote: >> >> >>> Horea asked how to display a number at risk table below a Kaplan- >>> Meier graph. >>> >>> The is the intent of -stsatrisk-, but the author correctly warns >>> that it does not always work well. >>> >>> It can be done, however, but not easily. Start with running - >>> stsatrisk- to get the numbers right. Below I show an example of >>> constructing the table. It works, but it required quite a bit of >>> trial and error. I used -scheme lean1- putting the legend to the >>> right of the plot area, to avoid conflict between legend and table. >>> >>> Hope this helps >>> Svend >>> ---------------------------------------------------- >>> set scheme lean1 >>> sts graph /// >>> , /// >>> by(screengr) per(1000) /// >>> fail /// >>> clpattern(- l) /// >>> title("") /// >>> graphregion(margin(b+6)) /// >>> plotregion(margin(l=0 b=0)) /// >>> xtitle(Months of follow-up) /// >>> ytitle("Cumulated AAA mortality per 1000") /// >>> xscale(range(0 60)) /// >>> xlabel(0(12)60) /// >>> ylabel(0(1)5 , format(%1.0f) nogrid) /// >>> legend(label(1 "Controls") label(2 "Invited")) /// >>> text(-0.93 -5 "Invited" , size(*0.8) place(w)) /// >>> text(-1.2 -5 "Controls" , size(*0.8) place(w)) /// >>> text(-0.93 0 "6333" , size(*0.8)) /// >>> text(-1.2 0 "6306" , size(*0.8)) /// >>> text(-0.93 12 "6172" , size(*0.8)) /// >>> text(-1.2 12 "6120" , size(*0.8)) /// >>> text(-0.93 24 "5499" , size(*0.8)) /// >>> text(-1.2 24 "5452" , size(*0.8)) /// >>> text(-0.93 36 "4971" , size(*0.8)) /// >>> text(-1.2 36 "4905" , size(*0.8)) /// >>> text(-0.93 48 "4305" , size(*0.8)) /// >>> text(-1.2 48 "4286" , size(*0.8)) /// >>> text(-0.93 60 "3644" , size(*0.8)) /// >>> text(-1.2 60 "3657" , size(*0.8)) >>> ----------------------------------------------------- >>> > > * > * For searches and help try: > * http://www.stata.com/support/faqs/res/findit.html > * http://www.stata.com/support/statalist/faq > * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/ > > * * For searches and help try: * http://www.stata.com/support/faqs/res/findit.html * http://www.stata.com/support/statalist/faq * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/

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