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Figure 2. From: Application of Nonparametric Quantile Regression to Body Mass Index Percentile Curves from Survey Data.

Comparison between the single-kernel smoothing curves and the 2000 CDC BMI-for-age curves for boys and girls

Yan Li, et al. Stat Med. ;29(5):558-572.
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Figure 3. From: Application of Nonparametric Quantile Regression to Body Mass Index Percentile Curves from Survey Data.

Comparison between the double-kernel smoothing curves and the 2000 CDC BMI-for-age curves for boys and girls

Yan Li, et al. Stat Med. ;29(5):558-572.
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Figure 1. From: Application of Nonparametric Quantile Regression to Body Mass Index Percentile Curves from Survey Data.

Mean of the double-kernel percentile estimates with and without median correction, comparing with the true percentile curve

Yan Li, et al. Stat Med. ;29(5):558-572.
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Figure 4. From: Application of Nonparametric Quantile Regression to Body Mass Index Percentile Curves from Survey Data.

Standard Error of the 85th and 95th double-kernel conditional percentile curve estimates by age among US boys and girls that are computed using half sample replication.

Yan Li, et al. Stat Med. ;29(5):558-572.

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