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Table 2 Spatial effects for prevalence of malaria in children aged ≤15 years in Dande municipality, Angola

From: Finding malaria hot-spots in northern Angola: the role of individual, household and environmental factors within a meso-endemic area

Variable Mean (95% CrI)
Age in years 0.03 (−0.02, 0.07)
Female (vs Male) −0.17 (−0.47, 0.15)
Maternal malaria awareness (vs not aware) −0.44 (−0.85, -0.02)
Type of latrine  
Latrine with water (vs no latrine) −1.26 (−2.39, -0.13)
Latrine without water (vs Adobe) 0.69 (0.19, 1.20)
Type of household roof  
Straw (vs Roofing tiles/Metal sheet) 0.15 (−0.37, 0.61)
Canvas (vs Roofing tiles/Metal sheet) −0.58 (−1.50, -0.18)
Temperature* −0.29 (−1.18,0.52)
Rainfall* 0.45 (−0.50,1.57)
Distance to lagoons* 0.74 (−0.54,1.96)
Distance to health care centre* 0.75 (0.06,1.69)
Distance to rivers* −0.98 (−1.92,-0.07)
Intercept −1.84 (−3.30,0.70)
Rate of decay of spatial autocorrelation ( φ ) 12.68 (2.97,19.70)
Variance of spatial random effect 4.61 (1.25,14.72)
  1. *Variables were standardized to have mean = 0 and standard deviation = 1.