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Table 3 Global bivariate Moran's I values for the three nearest neighbours

From: A spatial epidemiological analysis of self-rated mental health in the slums of Dhaka

Scale level Health-Determining Factor Beguntila Bishil/Sarag
  WHO-5 scores ~ Young adults n = 115 Young adults n = 170 Females n = 104 Males n = 122
Global univariate Moran's I for WHO-5 scores   0.16* 0.12* 0.12* 0.19**
Neighbourhood level
physical environment
'Natural Environment'
Flood non-affectedness
-0.19***
.
-0.16***
0.13**
.
0.13*
-0.21**
.
Household level
physical environment
Housing quality
Basic services
Household wealth
Sanitation
Housing sufficiency
Housing durability
0.13*
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0.19***
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0.14**
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0.3***
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0.18***
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Household level
social environment
Population density
Job satisfaction
Income generation
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0.1*
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Individual level Smoking behaviour
Environmental HK
Personal HK
Community member
Using bed net
Education
Married
Migrant
Age
Gender
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0.12*
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0.09*
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0.11*
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-0.12*
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0.13*
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  1. Significance levels: < 0.001 '***', < 0.01 '**', < 0.05 '*', > 0.05 '.', not applicable '---'
  2. HK: Health knowledge
  3. The table displays health-determining factors that are significantly (p < 0.05) spatially correlated with mental health (WHO-5 scores) of those population groups and slums in which strongest global spatial clustering of WHO-5 scores were found (cf. Table 2). Note that the WHO-5 scores among males in Bishil/Sarag are clustered most strongly, and there is a strong spatial correlation with 'natural environment' and housing quality in this population group.