Integrated Survival Curve
An integrated survival curve is a customary survival curve
where in addition the live state is partitioned into distinct components. It tracks
the subsequent states of a cohort of persons in a given state at time 0.
For example, in the graph below, all (100%) of the persons are in state A (red) at
time 0 (here, age 5). In subsequent time of 5 years, 55% have died (black). That is, by age 10, only 45%
are alive: 16% are still in state A (red), 6% are in state B (blue), 8% are in state C
(green) and 15% are in state D (yellow).