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An example of an esametric plot called a pancit plot—a “longitudinal” graph of a single person's outcome trajectories per exposure period, drawn by overlaying each per-period trajectory over all periods of measurement (Daza, 2019; Daza, Wac, and Oppezzo, 2020). (Think of one long, meandering noodle, that is then chopped up and layered.) This plot of different outcome trajectories under different exposures is directly analogous to a spaghetti plot of different individuals under different exposures in a longitudinal study.
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