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Table 2 Variables included in models with the smallest (best) AICc values

From: Household-level risk factors for Aedes aegypti pupal density in Guayaquil, Ecuador

Model df LogLik ΔAICc Error
Canopy use + large solid service + unemployment + water volume + precipitation0 + precipitation2 + large solid service * precipitation2 9 −2075.162 0 10.08
Canopy use + water interruption + large solid service + unemployment + water volume + precipitation0 + precipitation2 + water interruption * precipitation0 + large solid service * precipitation2 11 −2073.210 0.2374 10.12
Canopy use + large solid service + unemployment + water volume + precipitation2 + large solid service * precipitation2 8 −2076.444 0.5036 10.10
Biolarvicide + canopy use + large solid service + unemployment + water volume + precipitation0 + precipitation2 + large solid service * precipitation2 10 −2074.407 0.5566 10.09
Biolarvicide + canopy use + water interruption + large solid service + unemployment + water volume + precipitation0 + precipitation2 + water interruption * precipitation0 + large solid service * precipitation2 12 −2072.431 0.7603 10.13
  1. Only models that lie within a ∆AICc of 1 of the smallest AICc value are shown. The response variable was the total number of household Ae. aegypti pupae over the total number of household breeding sites. Error indicates the cross-validation prediction error off of the mean pupal index of 11.08. Precipitation0 indicates rainfall from the week of sampling and precipitation2 indicates rainfall with 2-week lag (i.e., 2 weeks before sampling)