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Fig. 6 | BMC Cancer

Fig. 6

From: A competing risk nomogram predicting cause-specific mortality in patients with lung adenosquamous carcinoma

Fig. 6

DCA based on the predictive model for the 3-year and 5-year LC-SM, and CIF curves of LC-SM among different risk groups. a The x-axis represents the threshold probability, and the y-axis represents the net benefit. The black and red dotted oblique lines reflect the assumption that all patients die due to LC-SM, and the black horizontal dotted line reflects the assumption that no patients die due to LC-SM. The black and red solid lines represent the threshold probability range, within which utilizing the nomogram to predict the LCSM gains more benefit than the hypothetical treat-all or treat-none scenarios. b-c CIF curves with the P-value of Gray’s test for the training cohort and validation cohort. Abbreviations: LC-SM: lung cancer-specific mortality; CIF: cumulative incidence function; DCA: decision curve analysis

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