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Table 1 Descriptive and bivariate analysis

From: Geography and social distribution of malaria in Indonesian Papua: a cross-sectional study

Variable Summary statistic Unadjusted odds ratio [95 % CI]
Individual characteristics (N = 22,643)
Malaria status
 No 78.94 %  
 Yes 21.06 %  
Sex
 Male 49.62 % 1.00
 Female 50.38 % 0.96 [0.90, 1.02]
Age group
 0–4 (Infant) 12.39 % 1.00
 5–14 26.84 % 0.93 [0.83, 1.04]
 15–24 14.36 % 0.90 [0.80, 1.02]
 25–34 16.41 % 1.02 [0.90, 1.15]
 35–44 14.98 % 1.01 [0.90, 1.15]
 45–54 9.40 % 1.03 [0.90, 1.18]
 55+ 5.62 % 1.15 [0.98, 1.35]
Sleep under ITN
 No 78.62 % 1.00
 Yes 21.38 % 1.15 [1.07, 1.25]
Residential location
 Urban 22.14 % 1.00
 Rural 77.86 % 1.43 [1.31, 1.55]
District characteristics (N = 27)
Median household elevation
 Highland (\(\ge\)1200 m) 22.22 % 1.00
 Lowland (\(\le\)200 m) 77.78 % 1.65 [1.51, 1.79]
Proportion living in or near forest 0.52 ± 0.24 1.07 [1.05, 1.08]
Median income
 Quintile 1 (poorest) 22.22 % 1.00
 Quintile 2 18.52 % 1.41 [1.27, 1.57]
 Quintile 3 22.22 % 0.95 [0.87, 1.04]
 Quintile 4 18.52 % 0.91 [0.82, 1.01]
 Quintile 5 (richest) 18.52 % 0.72 [0.66, 0.80]