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Fig. 4 | BMC Public Health

Fig. 4

From: Assessment of personal exposure to particulate air pollution: the first result of City Health Outlook (CHO) project

Fig. 4

The effects of sociodemographic, travel behavior, living conditions, and health status on personal PM2.5 exposure. Each dot on the black lines represents quantile regression coefficients and grey shadings indicate 95% confidence intervals as a function of the quantile level. The red horizontal solid and dashed lines depict the OLS coefficient estimates and the associated 95% confidence intervals, respectively

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