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Table 2 Summary of study data

From: Estimating malaria transmission intensity from Plasmodium falciparum serological data using antibody density models

Transect Village Altitude N PrP EIR1 EIR2 Estimated λv median (95 % CrI)
North Pare Kilomeni (Ki) 1556 411 1 0.047 0.08 3.087 (2.995–3.178)
Lambo (La) 1188 355 10 0.38 1.11 3.287 (3.195–3.379)
Ngulu (Ng) 832 486 8 2.9 0.84 4.109 (4.004–4.217)
Kambi ya Simba (KyS) 746 494 10 4.7 1.11 4.071 (3.972–4.173)
South Pare Bwanbo (Bw) 1598 485 3 0.037 0.26 3.085 (3.001–3.174)
Mpinji (Mp) 1445 461 2 0.088 0.17 3.071 (2.983–3.158)
Goha (Go) 1163 453 13 0.44 1.57 3.522 (3.437–3.607)
Kadando (Ka) 528 382 25 16 4.45 4.339 (4.212–4.477)
West Usambara Kwadoe (Kw) 1564 357 4 0.045 0.37 3.138 (3.037–3.236)
Funta (Fu) 1240 429 17 0.28 2.38 4.364 (4.243–4.494)
Tamota (Ta) 1055 449 19 0.81 2.74 3.857 (3.765–3.95)
Mgila (Mg) 375 465 34 39 8.31 4.326 (4.198–4.463)
  1. PrP denotes parasite prevalence measured with microscopy in children 0–4 years of age
  2. EIR1 is estimated from altitude [EIR = 331.5 exp (−0.0057 × altitude) [10]]
  3. EIR2 was estimated from the parasite prevalence data using a previously published relationship [39]