[Traminer-users] Plot of Representative Sequences

Jeremy Reynolds jeremyr at uga.edu
Thu Nov 14 22:15:49 CET 2013

Dear TraMineR Users,

Does anyone know how Gabadinho and Ritschard produced figure 5 of their
paper (see link below)? For each group, it has one plot showing three
different sequences: the sequence that is most frequent, the sequence with
the highest neighborhood density, and the sequence that is most central.

I can do a plot with one of the three sequences for each group, but I'm not
sure how to combine the three into a single plot.



Gabadinho A, Ritschard G (2013). "Searching for typical life trajectories
applied to child birth histories", In R Lévy, E. Widmer (eds.), *Gendered
Life Courses*, pp. 287-312. Vienna: LIT.


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