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Table 3 Spatial effects for the prevalence of mono- and co-infections in Mindanao

From: Spatial distribution and populations at risk of A. lumbricoides and T. trichiura co-infections and infection intensity classes: an ecological study

Coefficient A. lumbricoides mono mean (95% BCI)a T. trichiura mono mean (95% BCI)a Co-infection mean (95% BCI)a
Female vs male 0.11 (0.02–0.19) 0.12 (0.01–0.23) 0.19 (0.07–0.32)
Age 5–19 vs < 5 years-old 0.24 (0.11–0.38) 1.39 (1.16–1.63) 1.39 (1.20–1.59)
Age ≥ 20 vs < 5 years-old -0.43 (-0.57– -0.29) 0.92 (0.70–1.16) 0.30 (0.10–0.51)
Normalised difference vegetation indexb -0.01 (-0.21–0.19) -0.23 (-0.53–0.06) -0.52 (-0.86– -0.15)
Intercept -1.87 (-2.08– -1.65) -4.88 (-5.27– -4.38) -3.57 (-3.97– -3.19)
Phic 65.9 (23.67–98.44) 0.10 (0.10–0.12) 50.6 (13.35–96.77)
Tau, precision 1.23 (0.88–1.65) 0.01 (0.01–0.02) 0.39 (0.27–0.53)
  1. aBCI Bayesian Credible Interval (The posterior distributions are summarized by the posterior mean and 95% BCI. A variable was considered as influencing the outcome if it excluded 0)
  2. bVariables were standardized to have mean of zero, and standard deviation of 1
  3. cRate of decay of spatial autocorrelation, measured in decimal degrees; 3/phi determines the cluster size; one decimal degree is approximately 111 km at the Equator (the size of the radii of the clusters)