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Table 4 Results of cluster analysis at 5 % maximum window size intervals

From: Spatial distribution and cluster analysis of retail drug shop characteristics and antimalarial behaviors as reported by private medicine retailers in western Kenya: informing future interventions

Maximum window Size significant cluster order Relative risk Log likelihood ratio p value No. of cases in cluster No. of expected cases No. of controls in cluster Radius of cluster
50 Primary 0.32 8.24 0.007 4 12.54 32 7.97
50 Secondary 0 6.85 0.038 0 4.85 12 4.37
45 Primary 0.23 8.24 0.007 4 12.54 32 7.97
45 Secondary 0 6.85 0.038 0 4.85 12 4.37
40 Primary 0.23 8.24 0.006 4 12.54 32 7.97
40 Secondary 0 6.85 0.036 0 4.85 12 4.37
35 Primary 0.22 7.16 0.018 3 10.51 27 6.86
35 Second 0 6.85 0.033 0 4.85 12 4.37
30 Primary 0.22 7.16 0.017 3 10.51 27 6.86
30 Secondary 0 6.85 0.031 0 4.85 12 4.37
25 Primary 0.11 6.99 0.018 1 7.28 19 5.78
25 Secondary 0 6.85 0.031 0 4.85 12 4.37
20 a Primary 0 6.85 0.02 0 4.85 12 4.37
15 Primary 0 6.85 0.02 0 4.85 12 4.37
  1. Italicized areas are clusters shown in Fig. 2
  2. aThe primary cluster at 20 % is the same size and location of the secondary cluster for 50–25 %