[Traminer-users] Plot of Representative Sequences

Chris Cameron cjc73 at cornell.edu
Thu Nov 14 22:35:43 CET 2013

Hi Jeremy

I think you would create a new input sequences set with only the desired sequences and then use seqiplot.
You can also just plot particular values using indexing. Does this work for your case?


Chris Cameron
PhD Candidate
Dept of Sociology
Cornell University

On Nov 14, 2013, at 4:15 PM, Jeremy Reynolds <jeremyr at uga.edu> wrote:

> 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.
> Thanks,
> Jeremy 
> 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.
> http://mephisto.unige.ch/pub/publications/gr/GabadhinoRitschard-TypicalTrajectories2013.pdf
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