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Figure 4

Figure 4. From: Cocaine Dependence Treatment Data: Methods for Measurement Error Problems With Predictors Derived From Stationary Stochastic Processes.

Histograms of the four summary statistics derived from the baseline cocaine use trajectories. The online version of this figure is in color.

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Figure 3

Figure 3. From: Cocaine Dependence Treatment Data: Methods for Measurement Error Problems With Predictors Derived From Stationary Stochastic Processes.

Plot of the (estimated) first, second, and third principal components of gi(r), denoted by the dotted, solid, and dashed lines, respectively.

Yongtao Guan, et al. J Am Stat Assoc. ;106(493):480-493.
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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: Cocaine Dependence Treatment Data: Methods for Measurement Error Problems With Predictors Derived From Stationary Stochastic Processes.

Plots (a) and (b) show plots of gi(r) and of versus X ˜(p) for the four individual trajectories given in Figure 1(b). The symbols in each plot match those in Figure 1(b).

Yongtao Guan, et al. J Am Stat Assoc. ;106(493):480-493.
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Figure 5

Figure 5. From: Cocaine Dependence Treatment Data: Methods for Measurement Error Problems With Predictors Derived From Stationary Stochastic Processes.

Scatter plot of (p) and (p) for p = k/τ where k = 30, 31, …, 40 and τ = 80.

Yongtao Guan, et al. J Am Stat Assoc. ;106(493):480-493.
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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Cocaine Dependence Treatment Data: Methods for Measurement Error Problems With Predictors Derived From Stationary Stochastic Processes.

Plot (a): Percentage of individuals reporting cocaine use by day; the solid line shows the daily percentage, the dotted lines are the pointwise 95% confidence envelope, the horizontal dashed line is the average daily percentage. Plot (b): Individual baseline cocaine use trajectories for four selected subjects, where each symbol on a given day signifies a cocaine use that day. The vertical dashed lines in both plots show the selected baseline period.

Yongtao Guan, et al. J Am Stat Assoc. ;106(493):480-493.

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