From: Spatial identification of potential health hazards: a systematic areal search approach
Variables | Model 1 | Model 2 |
---|---|---|
B^{a} and (t^{b}) | B^{a} and (t^{b}) | |
A. Lung cancer | ||
(Constant) | 13.935 (58.947*) | 1.131 (7.965*) |
Distance | −5.500E−0.40 (−19.350*) | 0.002 (4.364*) |
Distance^{2} | – | −1.115E−07 (−4.152*) |
No. of reference points | 1000 | 1000 |
\( {\text{R}}^{2} \) | 0.286 | 0.301 |
\( {\text{R}}_{\text{adjusted}}^{2} \) | 0.285 | 0.299 |
F | 374.419* | 133.819* |
B. NHL cancer | ||
(Constant) | 4.656 (17.237*) | −3.697 (−5.219*) |
Distance | 3.380E−04 (8.409*) | 0.003 (13.916*) |
Distance^{2} | – | −2.189E−07 (−12.791*) |
No. of reference points | 1000 | 1000 |
\( {\text{R}}^{2} \) | 0.070 | 0.205 |
\( {\text{R}}_{\text{adjusted}}^{2} \) | 0.069 | 0.204 |
F | 70.714* | 120.722* |