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Figure 1. From: Habitual Sleep/Wake Patterns in the Old Order Amish: Heritability and Association with Non-Genetic Factors.

Representative 7-day actogram. Daily and mean wake time and bedtime are shown (h:min). Arrows indicate sleep/wake boundaries.

Daniel S. Evans, et al. Sleep. 2011 May 1;34(5):661-669.
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Figure 2. From: Habitual Sleep/Wake Patterns in the Old Order Amish: Heritability and Association with Non-Genetic Factors.

Correlation and agreement between diary-based and Actical-based wake time and bedtime. (A, B). Scatter plots with solid lines that represent the fitted linear regression between the 2 variables, and the dashed lines represent 95% point-wise confidence bands of the fitted regression line. Pearson's correlation coefficient (r) and its P-value are shown. (C, D). Bland-Altman agreement plots. Difference between measurements is plotted against the average of the measurements. The solid line marks the mean of the differences, and the dashed lines mark the 95% confidence intervals of the differences.

Daniel S. Evans, et al. Sleep. 2011 May 1;34(5):661-669.

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