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Table 4 Variables included in container-level models with the smallest (best) AICc values

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

Model df LogLik ΔAICc
Car parts + contaminated water + furniture + ceramic material + glass material + metal material + plastic material + sewer + vase 11 −3459.19 0
Car parts + contaminated water + ceramic material + glass material + metal material + plastic material + sewer + vase 10 −3460.23 0.03
Bamboo + car parts + contaminated water + furniture + ceramic material + glass material + metal material + plastic material + sewer + vase 12 −3458.20 0.08
Bamboo + car parts + contaminated water + ceramic material + glass material + metal material + plastic material + sewer + vase 11 −3459.24 0.11
Bucket part + car parts + contaminated water + ceramic material + glass material + metal material + plastic material + sewer + tub + vase 12 −3458.28 0.24
  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 container-level Ae. aegypti pupae in each breeding site. Top five of all models with ∆AICc < 1 displayed