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Table 4 Simple linear regression between Socioeconomic variables and composite ISA when accounting or not edge effect

From: Does the edge effect impact on the measure of spatial accessibility to healthcare providers?

  ISA composite when not accounting edge effects ISA composite when accounting edge effects
  β CI 95%* p value β CI 95%* p value
Single parent families 81.3 [72.8, 89.9] < 0.0001 79.7 [71.3, 88.1] < 0.0001
Non-homeowner 26.5 [23.6, 29.4] < 0.0001 26.2 [23.4, 29.0] < 0.0001
Insecure employment 24.9 [13.1, 36.6] < 0.0001 27.0 [15.5, 38.5] < 0.0001
Women’s unemployment rate 8.7 [−.3, 17.8] 0.058 9.3 [.5, 18.2] 0.04
Low level of educational attainment among women 5.0 [−3.3, 13.4] NS 0.24 5.9 [− 2.3, 14.0] NS 0.16
  1. *Confidence interval at 95%