k

Q
_{k}

p(Q_{k}ind)

p(Q_{k}cov)

${Q}_{k}^{F}$

p(${Q}_{k}^{F}$ind)

p(${Q}_{k}^{F}$cov)


1

0.174901

0.005

0.017

0.127530

0.029

0.068

2

0.349723

0.003

0.005

0.184488

0.041

0.136

3

0.517915

0.002

0.008

0.245975

0.035

0.075

4

0.684462

0.001

0.005

0.309150

0.020

0.070

5

0.855060

0.001

0.005

0.373301

0.012

0.059

6

1.026782

0.001

0.004

0.435352

0.014

0.037

7

1.198437

0.001

0.003

0.497214

0.015

0.035

8

1.369669

0.001

0.004

0.559708

0.008

0.034

9

1.538379

0.001

0.003

0.621404

0.007

0.039

10

1.698601

0.001

0.004

0.678253

0.006

0.044

15

2.515135

0.001

0.016

0.963308

0.021

0.063

25

4.094881

0.003

0.055

1.545931

0.015

0.049

50

8.129378

0.002

0.054

2.975514

0.028

0.067

75

12.149053

0.004

0.047

4.463786

0.012

0.034

 Column 1 is the number of nearest neighbors considered (k = 1,...,10, 15, 25, 50, 75); Qk is the value of the global statistic for evaluating clustering of residential histories of cases over the entire study period and study area; p(Qkind) is the probability of Qk under the null hypothesis of independence that assumes the cases and controls have equal probability of being a case; p(Qkcov) is the probability of Qk accounting for smoking, age, gender, education and race; QFk is the focused statistic for assessing clustering about the business address histories of the 268 industries, and is evaluated for all industries simultaneously; p(QFk ind) is the probability of QFk under the null hypothesis of independence; p(QFkcov) is the probability of QFk accounting for smoking, age, gender, education and race.