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Table 2 Mean (SD), median, range and correlation matrix of the area-level Indicators among 100 tracts, before making quartiles

From: Individualized and institutionalized residential place-based discrimination and self-rated health: a cross-sectional study of the working-age general population in Osaka city, Japan

Area-level indicators Mean (SD) Median Min Max Pearson correlation coefficients
i ii iii iv v vi
i) Area-level place-based discrimination, aggregateda (ALPBD), % 6.9 (9.4) 3.5 0.0 50.0 1 0.17 0.55 0.23 0.21 0.63
ii) Area-level unemployment, aggregateda (ALUEA), % 5.3 (4.6) 4.4 0.0 18.5   1 0.34 −0.03 −0.02 0.30
iii) Area-level unemployment, censusb (ALUEC), % 11.4 (4.0) 11.1 3.0 28.6    1 0.27 0.36 0.90
iv) Area-level not-home-owner, aggregateda (ALNHA), % 44.1 (20.6) 40.0 8.6 100.0     1 0.80 0.43
v) Area-level not-home-owner, censusb (ALNHC), % 57.2 (18.4) 55.6 18.5 97.0      1 0.51
vi) Area-level deprivation index, censusb (ALDI), score 34.9 (18.7) 31.9 0.0 100.0       1
  1. Abbreviations: SD standard deviation, Min minimum, Max maximum.
  2. aThe term “aggregated” means area-level aggregates (%) of survey positive responses for individual-level place-based discrimination, unemployment or not-home-owner within each tract.
  3. bThe term “census” means that area-level indicators were created from the information from Japanese census 2005.