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Table 2 Results of regression model, fit indices, and residuals for the Zika cumulative incidence

From: Association between socio-environmental factors, coverage by family health teams, and rainfall in the spatial distribution of Zika virus infection in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 2015 and 2016

Variables OLS SAR CAR
  coefficient p-valor coefficient p-valor coefficient p-valor
INCOME< 1 MW 0.06 0.010 −0.10 <  0.001 − 0.27 <  0.001
INCOME1to2MW 1.40 <  0.001 0.58 <  0.001 0.44 <  0.001
WATER_SYST −0.49 <  0.001 −0.19 <  0.001 − 0.27 <  0.001
SEWAGE_SYST −0.35 <  0.001 − 0.09 <  0.001 −0.09 <  0.001
TEAM_FHS 0.07 <  0.001 0.04 <  0.001 0.04 0.080
R2 0.078 0.440 0.438
Log-likelihood −10,020.37 −7482.16 − 7495.20
AIC 20,054.74 14,980.31 15,006.39
The spatial dependence term    ρ = 0.718 λ = 0.740
Moran – residual 0.50 0.001 −0.04 0.999 −0.05 0.999