Figure 2.

Results from the FPCA. a-c shows the mean of the fitted curves (solid line) and how the shape of an individual curve differs from the mean curve if a multiplum of the principal component curve (not shown) is added to (+ +) or subtracted from (− −) the mean curve. The multiplums correspond to one SD of the FPC1, FPC2 and FPC3 scores, respectively. d-f shows the mean of the fitted curves (black), and the individual curves for the five women with the highest positive scores (dark grey) and the five with the lowest negative scores (light grey) for each of the three FPCs.

Frøslie et al. BMC Medical Research Methodology 2013 13:6   doi:10.1186/1471-2288-13-6
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