PrognoScan screenshot and sample search results (part 2). (A) Annotation table. Row headings are color-coded. For example, headings of details such as therapy history, sample type and pathological parameters are highlighted in yellow and basic attributes in blue. (B) Expression plot. Patients are ordered by the expression values of the given gene. The X-axis represents the accumulative number of patients and the Y-axis represents the expression value. Straight lines (cyan) show the optimal cutpoints that dichotomize patients into high (red) and low (blue) expression groups. (C) Expression histogram. The distribution of the expression value is presented where the X-axis represents the number of patients and the Y-axis represents the expression value on the same scale as the expression plot. The line of the optimal cutpoint is also shown (cyan). (D) P-value plot. For each potential cutpoint of expression measurement, patients are dichotomized and survival difference between high and low expression groups is calculated by log-rank test. The X-axis represents the accumulative number of patients on the same scale as the expression plot and the Y-axis represents raw P-values on a log scale. The cutpoint to minimize the P-value is determined and indicated by the cyan line. The gray line indicates the 5% significance level. (E) Kaplan-Meier plot. Survival curves for high (red) and low (blue) expression groups dichotomized at the optimal cutpoint are plotted. The X-axis represents time and the Y-axis represents survival rate. 95% confidence intervals for each group are also indicated by dotted lines.