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Table 2 14-year northern Guadalcanal

From: Malaria early warning tool: linking inter-annual climate and malaria variability in northern Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands

Variable p value Adjusted R2 Coefficient Intercept
Rainfall 7.42E−5 0.72 [0.27, 0.86] − 0.0055 [− 0.0036, − 0.0076] 2.738 [1.844, 3.941]
MSL 0.033 0.27 [0, 0.67] − 5.5236 [− 10.132, − 1.252] 3.683 [0.962, 7.113]
NINO3.4 0.036 0.26 [0, 0.62] 0.1497 [0.0092, 0.2803] 0.052 [− 0.337, 0.513]
SOI 0.079 0.17 [0, 0.62] − 0.0146 [− 0.0329, 0.0017] 0.095 [− 0.338, 0.616]
  1. Summary of linear regression results for data including 95% bootstrap confidence intervals in brackets (1000 bootstrap samples). Rainfall for the October–December period exhibited the strongest relationship with the climate-associated malaria transmission in the subsequent 6-month period for northern Guadalcanal (January–June)