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From: Additive and multiplicative hazards modeling for recurrent event data analysis

Figure 2

Estimates of the survival curves of the models with a varying baseline and order-specific coefficient effects. Estimates of the survival curves for a 15-year-old, black male who has parents as guardians and no previous injury history, under the multiplicative hazards model (dashed curve), Lin & Ying's additive hazards model (solid curve), and the Kaplan-Meier (dotted curve) with a varying baseline and revisit order-specific coefficient effects for the revisit k = 1 (2a: top left), k = 2 (2b: top right), k = 3 (2c: bottom left), and k = 4 (2d: bottom right).

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