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    plots for hazard ratios / continuous variables




    Hello everyone,

    Somebody knows which kind of plots could I create to display a set of hazard ratios for continuous variables.
    I used to use forest plots for groups of comparison, but it's more suitable for categorical variables.
    Thanks for your help

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    Re: plots for hazard ratios / continuous variables


    Hi

    What you could try is a scatterplot (i.e. correlation) with the average survival time and your covariate(s). This would not depict precisely the hazard-rates, but give an approximate overview on the effect of your covariate on survival.
    What do you think?

    Best
    Tate

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