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From: The geography of post-disaster mental health: spatial patterning of psychological vulnerability and resilience factors in New York City after Hurricane Sandy

Figure 2

Spatial clusters of depression. Each dot on the map indicates a respondent’s location. The map indicates significant (p < 0.05) spatial clusters of high (HH) or low (LL) depression. High values surrounded by low values (HL) and vice versa (LH) indicate outliers. A fixed distance of 9 km was used in the statistics. Note that a geometric shift of approx. 100 m has been introduced for displaying the point data so that single houses may not be identified for privacy reasons.

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