# Table 4 The final set of malaria covariates

Variable Coefficient Std. Error Z value Term 1 Transform 1 Term 2 Transform 2
(Intercept) −5.83E + 00 6.33E-02 −92.1
v1 −3.07E-03 4.12E-05 −74.36 T17 7 T23 11
v2 −5.72E-01 7.31E-03 −78.19 T13 11 T5 7
v3 6.42E-01 2.10E-02 30.54 T11 10 T32 7
v4 1.71E + 00 2.12E-02 80.87 T3 8 T22 4
v5 3.70E-01 1.17E-02 31.65 T3 11 T10 3
v6 −7.44E-01 6.12E-02 −12.16 T2 9 T10 10
v7 9.84E-01 1.51E-02 65.4 T1 11 T10 3
v8 −1.43E-01 4.77E-03 −29.96 T27 3 T18 2
v9 1.55E-04 2.37E-06 65.65 T8 7 T26 6
v10 −6.78E-01 1.19E-02 −57.05 T9 6 T7 10
v11 2.59E-01 4.76E-03 54.32 T31 2 T21 2
v12 −1.36E-03 3.87E-05 −35.21 T19 7 T24 11
v13 7.60E-01 2.27E-02 33.4 T3 7 T32 10
v14 3.04E + 00 9.74E-02 31.24 T14 3 T7 10
v15 −6.75E-02 2.49E-03 −27.08 T20 1 T25 3
v16 −5.32E-01 2.38E-02 −22.35 T16 10 T29 3
v17 −1.04E + 00 2.22E-02 −46.79 T15 4 T28 2
v18 −8.20E-03 1.86E-04 −44.13 T12 10 T28 10
v19 2.02E + 01 5.96E-01 34 T4 4 T11 10
v20 2.94E-01 2.07E-02 14.22 T30 10 T6 3
1. The covariates remaining in the multivariate model, along with their transforms, coefficients, and z-scores. Note that in cases where transform three (i.e., the reciprocal) was used the sign of the coefficient is typically the opposite of what would be expected. The terms are further explained in Table 5.