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Fig. 1 | Population Health Metrics

Fig. 1

From: Improving program targeting to combat early-life mortality by identifying high-risk births: an application to India

Fig. 1

Distribution of estimated infant mortality risk in India, 1993-1998, by categories of risk factor. The three graphs on the right are box plots for, from top to bottom, wealth quintiles, four levels of maternal education, and three categories of maternal age. On the left panel is a plot of the range of the estimated infant mortality risk by district, where districts are ordered by median mortality risk and the horizontal lines extend from the 25% to the 75% of the distribution. These figures show considerable variation in mortality risk in groups defined by levels of a single risk factor

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