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Figure 2

Figure 2:
Trends in Canadian death rates relative to the age-specific schedule of female mortality in 1921, separately for each selected age group.
 

These panels show estimates of the YEAR*SEX interaction term in Model 1. The AGE variable is only a control, so the age effects are not shown.

a) Age 0
b) Age 1-9
 
c) Age 10-19
d) Age 20-29
 
e) Age 30-39
f) Age 40-49
 
g) Age 50-59
h) Age 60-69
 
i) Age 70-79
j) Age 80-89

 

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Sex differentials in survival in the Canadian population, 1921-1997: A descriptive analysis with focus on age-specific structure
Kirill Andreev
© 2000 Max-Planck-Gesellschaft ISSN 1435-9871
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