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An interactive nomogram based on clinical and molecular signatures to predict prognosis in multiple myeloma patients

Interactive nomogram predicts the survival probability of overall survival for the GSM592833 sample. The patient died on the following day of 2016. **(pA) Nomogram containing five clinical traits and fifteen-gene risk score predicts 365-day, 1095-day, 1825-day, 2016-day, and 2555-day overall survival probability. (B) A nomogram containing five clinical traits without a fifteen-gene risk score predicts overall survival probability.

Figure 8. Interactive nomogram predicts the survival probability of overall survival for the GSM592833 sample. The patient died on the following day of 2016. **(p<0.01), ***(p<0.001) indicates a significant correlation. (A) Nomogram containing five clinical traits and fifteen-gene risk score predicts 365-day, 1095-day, 1825-day, 2016-day, and 2555-day overall survival probability. (B) A nomogram containing five clinical traits without a fifteen-gene risk score predicts overall survival probability.