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Table 6 Loadings of indicators on corresponding marginalization dimensions from Model (1)

From: Do marginalized neighbourhoods have less healthy retail food environments? An analysis using Bayesian spatial latent factor and hurdle models

ID Indicator Parameter Posterior mean (95 % credible interval)
Loadings on residential instability
 1 % of living alone (R1) δ1 1
 2 % of youth population aged 5–15 (R2) δ2 −0.984 (−1.081, −0.889)
 3 Crowding: average number of persons per dwelling (R3) δ3 −1.164 (−1.253, −1.078)
 4 % of multi-unit housing (R4) δ4 0.972 (0.872, 1.074)
 5 % of the population that is married/common-law (R5) δ5 −1.081 (−1.178, −0.987)
 6 % of dwellings that are owned (R6) δ6 −1.116 (−1.212, −1.025)
 7 % of residential mobility (same house as 5 years ago) (R7) δ7 0.491 (0.383, 0.604)
Loadings on material deprivation
 8 % 25+ without certificate, diploma, or degree (M1) δ8 1
 9 % of lone-parent families (M2) δ9 0.747 (0.621, 0.875)
 10 % of government transfer payment (M3) δ10 1.194 (1.073, 1.319)
 11 % of unemployment 15+ (M4) δ11 0.313 (0.182, 0.447)
 12 % of below low income cut-off (M5) δ12 0.688 (0.559, 0.818)
 13 % of homes needing major repair (M6) δ13 0.738 (0.616, 0.862)
Loadings on dependency
 14 % of seniors (65+) (D1) δ14 1
 15 Dependency ratio [(0–14) + (65+)]/(15–64) (D2) δ15 0.727 (0.597, 0.859)
 16 Labor force participation rate (aged 15+) (D3) δ16 −0.751 (−0.877, −0.629)
Loadings on ethnic concentration
 17 % of 5-year recent immigrants (E1) δ17 1
 18 % of visible minority (E2) δ18 1.53 (1.352, 1.72)