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Table 2 Differences in clusters between cluster map total, city planning and health and social welfare

From: The perceptions and priorities of professionals in health and social welfare and city planning for creating a healthy living environment: a concept mapping study

Total City Planning Health and social welfare
Conducive to exercise
(11 statements, B = 0.15)
Conducive to exercise
(15 statements, B = 0.17)
Conducive to exercise
(15 statements, B = 0.33)
Promotes personal wellbeing
(14 statements, B = 0.23)
Wellbeing for everyone
(12 statements, B = 0.29)
Personal wellbeing
(9 statements, B = 0.59)
Tranquil, clean and accessible
(9 statements, B = 0.45)
Tranquillity
(7 statements, B = 0.17)
Clean, without hindrances
(10 statements, B = 0.49)
Healthy air, soil and noise levels
(8 statements, B = 0.60)
Good climate and environment
(7 statements, B = 0.61)
Positive effect on climate change
(5 statements, B = 0.74)
Green and not vulnerable to climate change
(7 statements, B = 0.49)
Presence of green space
(10 statements, B = 0.48)
Nature and green spaces
(5 statements, B = 0.78)
Attractive and relaxing
(8 statements, B = 0.47)
Pleasant
(6 statements, B = 0.40)
 
  Public spaces and facilities
(11 statements, B = 0.50)
Diversity and accessibility
(9 statements, B = 0.50)
Conducive to social connections
(9 statements, B = 0.49)
Social connections
(11 statements, B = 0.81)
Pleasant to live alongside one another
(18 statements, B = 0.28)
Spatial quality
(8 statements, B = 0.60)
Attractive
(7 statements, B = 0.62)
High quality and safe
(15 statements, B = 0.62)
Encourages healthy choices
(10 statements, B = 0.60)
Encourages healthy choices
(11 statements, B = 0.43)
Healthy facilities
(9 statements, B = 0.77)
  1. B = mean bridging value for clusters between 0 and 1. The lower the bridging value, the more coherence between the statements within the cluster. The higher the bridging value, the more statements in the cluster also match statements in other clusters