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Table 1 Results of fitting a generalized linear mixed-effects model with a Poisson distribution and a log-link to analyze patterns of avian roost size over time for seven species of bird

From: Avian roosting behavior influences vector-host interactions for West Nile virus hosts

Predictor Coefficient SE Z P
Intercept (A. Robin) -1075.1 15.9 -67.52 <0.001
T. titmouse 1454.6 602.8 2.41 0.016
E. starling 397.9 150.2 2.65 0.008
G. catbird 866.5 238.4 3.64 0.000
H. sparrow 566.7 171.3 3.31 0.001
M. dove 1888.5 301.2 6.27 <0.001
N. cardinal 978.8 134.1 7.3 <0.001
Julian date (A. Robin) -4.4 0.1 -66.06 <0.001
T. titmouse:Julian date 6.0 2.6 2.32 0.021
E. starling:Julian date 1.7 0.6 2.72 0.007
G. catbird:Julian date 3.5 1.0 3.52 <0.001
H. sparrow:Julian date 2.3 0.7 3.11 0.002
M. dove:Julian date 7.9 1.3 6.06 <0.001
N. cardinal:Julian date 4.0 0.6 7.07 <0.001
Julian date 0.5 (A. robin) 137.5 2.1 66.97 <0.001
T. titmouse:Julian date 0.5 -186.7 78.8 -2.37 0.018
E. starling:Julian date 0.5 -51.5 19.1 -2.69 0.007
G. catbird:Julian date 0.5 -110.2 30.7 -3.59 <0.001
H. sparrow:Julian date 0.5 -72.2 22.4 -3.22 0.001
M. dove:Julian date 0.5 -244.3 39.6 -6.17 <0.001
N. cardinal:Julian date 0.5 -125.1 17.4 -7.2 <0.001
  1. American robin was the reference level against which other effects were compared.