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st: St: cumulative incidence graph

From   "Abrams, Judith" <>
To   <>
Subject   st: St: cumulative incidence graph
Date   Thu, 31 May 2012 17:20:03 -0400

I'm plotting cumulative incidence using the following command. I would
like both curves to start at 0,0 or approximately so, but can't figure
out how to make that happen. Using the code below, the line representing
cumincm starts at 18 months, which is the first occurrence of that
event. I would appreciate suggestions.

	sts graph, risktable plotopts(lstyle(none)) title(Cumulative
Incidence) /*
*/		addplot(line cumincm cumincd  _t , sort c(J J)
legend(off) /*
*/		xlabel(0(6)42) xtitle("Time from Transplant (months)",
margin(medsmall)) /*
*/		ylabel(0(.20)1, angle(horiz) format(%03.2f)) lstyle(p1
p1) /*
*/		name(ci, replace)  

Stata/MP 12.1 for Windows (64-bit x86-64)
Revision 23 May 2012


Judy Abrams

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