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Table 2 The effect of per-species HBR on PE against overall malaria infections

From: Impact of a spatial repellent product on Anopheles and non-Anopheles mosquitoes in Sumba, Indonesia

Anopheles species Collection location PE difference* (%) 95% CI Raw 2-sided p-value BH# adjusted p-value
aconitus Indoor − 4.19 − 9.10, 0.73 0.095 0.136
Outdoor − 5.90 − 10.85, − 0.97 0.019 0.057
Indoor + outdoor − 6.75 − 11.52, − 1.95 0.006 0.026
annularis Indoor − 6.00 − 11.46, 0.48 0.033 0.090
Outdoor − 0.92 − 6.50, 4.65 0.744 0.797
Indoor + outdoor − 4.43 − 9.37, 0.52 0.079 0.125
barbirostris Indoor − 5.7 − 11.63, 0.26 0.061 0.102
Outdoor − 6.15 − 12.55, 0.22 0.058 0.102
Indoor + outdoor − 15.18 − 29.50, − 0.88 0.038 0.088
flavirostris Indoor − 1.95 − 6.80, 2.94 0.438 0.505
Outdoor − 2.78 − 7.73, 2.24 0.278 0.348
Indoor + outdoor − 3.43 − 8.57, 1.70 0.188 0.245
kochi Indoor − 8.88 − 15.24, − 2.50 0.006 0.023
Outdoor − 9.04 − 16.1, − 1.95 0.012 0.036
Indoor + outdoor − 6.20 − 12.15, − 0.26 0.04 0.086
leucosphyrus Indoor − 14.57 − 31.16, 2.08 0.086 0.129
Outdoor − 6.15 − 24.87, 12.52 0.519 0.577
Indoor + outdoor − 9.91 − 22.55, 2.69 0.124 0.169
maculatus Indoor − 7.78 − 12.96, − 2.55 0.004 0.02
Outdoor − 10.51 − 15.37, − 5.60  < 0.0001  < 0.003
Indoor + outdoor − 9.17 − 14.03, − 4.77  < 0.0001  < 0.003
sundaicus Indoor 6.89 0.13, 13.61 0.046 0.086
Outdoor 7.19 0.43, 13.96 0.037 0.093
Indoor + outdoor 5.84 0.17, 11.53 0.044 0.088
tessellatus Indoor − 8.2 − 13.49, − 2.92 0.002 0.02
Outdoor − 4.19 − 6.91, − 1.55 0.002 0.015
Indoor + outdoor − 7.88 − 12.73, − 3.01 0.002 0.012
vagus Indoor 0.39 − 4.48, 5.27 0.876 0.906
Outdoor − 2.14 − 7.42, 3.10 0.421 0.505
Indoor + outdoor 0.17 − 4.62, 4.96 0.944 0.944
  1. *Benjamini–Hochberg multiplicity adjustment procedure
  2. #The PE differences are only approximate (based on first-order Taylor Expansion)
  3. The interpretation is as follow: if a HBR increases by e1–1 = 1.72-folds, then the PE of SR again overall malaria infection changes by PE difference %