Plot the event plot for an
The usage of the function is similar to that of
plot.Recur() but with more flexible options.
a formula object, with the response on the left of a "~" operator,
and the predictors on the right.
The response must be a recurrent event survival object as returned by function
an optional data frame in which to interpret the variables occurring in the "
an optional character string specifying whether the event plot is sorted by the subjects' terminal time. The available options are
a list of control parameters.
graphical parameters to be passed to methods.
control consists of options with argument defaults to a
list with the following values:
customizable x-label, default value is "Time".
customizable y-label, default value is "Subject".
customizable title, default value is "Recurrent event plot".
customizable label for terminal event, default value is "Terminal event".
customizable legend title for recurrent event, default value is "Recurrent events".
customizable label for recurrent event type, default value is
between 0 and 1, controls the transparency of points.
a character string specifying the position of the legend (if any). The available options are "right", "left", "top", "bottom", and "none". The default value is "top".
data(simDat) plotEvents(Recur(t.stop, id, event, status) ~ 1, data = simDat, xlab = "Time in days", ylab = "Subjects arranged by terminal time")## Separate plots by x1 plotEvents(Recur(t.stop, id, event, status) ~ x1, data = simDat)## For multiple recurrent events simDat$x3 <- ifelse(simDat$x2 < 0, "x2 < 0", "x2 > 0") simDat$event <- simDat$event * sample(1:3, nrow(simDat), TRUE) plotEvents(Recur(t.stop, id, event, status) ~ x1 + x3, data = simDat)