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Table 4 Co-linearity statistics of variables added into the model

From: Spatiotemporal distribution of malaria and the association between its epidemic and climate factors in Hainan, China

Variables Tolerance VIF
MT 0 0.02 51.02
MT 1 0.02 25.26
MT 2 0.02 47.61
MT 3 0.03 39.79
MaxT 0 0.04 24.24
MaxT 1 0.03 38.42
MaxT 2 0.03 37.78
MaxT 3 0.05 22.01
MinT 0 0.07 14.88
MinT 1 0.06 15.71
MinT 2 0.07 13.95
MinT 3 0.07 14.49
R 0 0.48 2.08
R 1 0.41 2.43
R 2 0.42 2.39
N 1 0.17 5.77
N 2 0.11 8.98
N 3 0.17 5.93
  1. VIF: variance inflation factors for individual variables. Tolerances and VIF are co-linearity statistics that measure the strength of the interrelationships among the variables incorporated into the model for variable selection. If a variable is very closely related to other variables, then the tolerance goes to 0, and the VIF gets very large.