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Table 2 Estimates, standard errors, and odds ratios for the parameters corresponding to the factors found to be significantly associated with prevalence of canine exposure to Anaplasma spp. See Table 1 for the factor units

From: Factors associated with Anaplasma spp. seroprevalence among dogs in the United States

  Regression Coefficient Estimate Standard Error Exp(estimate)a (Odds Ratio) 95 % CIb
Endemic Regions model     
 Intercept 1.2930 0.5858 3.6437 (1.1542, 11.5041)
 Temperature −0.0740 0.0067 0.9287 (0.9165, 0.9410)
 Median household income 0.0192 0.0021 1.0194 (1.0152, 1.1024)
 Population density −0.0110 0.0050 0.9891 (0.9792, 0.9979)
 Precipitation 0.0463 0.0200 1.047 (1.010, 1.0925)
 Relative humidity −0.0291 0.0057 0.9713 (0.9605, 0.9821)
 Forest coverage 0.0780 0.0124 1.0811 (1.055, 1.1078)
 Deer/Vehicle collision −0.8158 0.0889 0.4423 (0.3715, 0.5266)
Contiguous US model     
 Intercept −0.1728 0.5849 0.8413 (0.2671, 2.6501)
 Temperature −0.0659 0.0056 0.9362 (0.9260, 0.9466)
 Median household income 0.0197 0.0018 1.0200 (1.0163, 1.0236)
 Population density −0.0130 0.0043 0.9871 (0.9998, 1.0000)
 Precipitation 0.0432 0.0165 1.0441 (1.0108, 1.0785)
 Relative humidity −0.0282 0.0050 0.9722 (0.9629, 0.9816)
 Forest coverage 0.0708 0.0104 1.0734 (1.0517, 1.0954)
 Deer/Vehicle collision −0.8483 0.0780 0.4281 (0.3660, 0.5008)
 Elevation −0.0522 0.0240 0.9491 (0.9055, 0.9950)
 Endemic/Non-endemic 1.2196 0.1473 3.3858 (2.5363, 4.5195)
  1. aThe Exp (estimate) column shows the estimated odds ratios
  2. bThe CI column gives a 95% confidence interval for the odds ratios. Intervals not containing unity imply that the factor is significant at the 0.05 level