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Table 8 Summary of hierarchical cluster analysis by different models

From: Differentiating anomalous disease intensity with confounding variables in space

Risk Without adjustment Adjustment for race
SMR model Poisson model
Higher rates Northeast (6 counties: 5 Level-H1, 1 Level-H2) with incidence of 4.98
South (6 counties: 1 Level-H1, 5 Level-H2) with incidence of 4.06
Mid-East (6 counties: 1 Level-H1, 5 Level-H3) with incidence of 3.09
None None
Lower rates East (3 counties: 3 Level-L1) with incidence of 0.0
Northwest (6 counties: 4 Level-L1, 2 Level-L2) with incidence of 0.28
Mid-West (9 counties: 1 Level-L1, 8 Level-L2) with incidence of 0.70
East (3 counties: 3 Level-LS1) with incidence of 0.0
Northwest (3 counties: 3 Level-LS1) with incidence of 0.0
Mid-West (8 counties: 1 Level-LS1, 7 Level-LS2) with incidence of 0.79
Mid-West (6 counties: 6 Level-LP1) with incidence of 0.71
North (3 counties: 2 Level-LP1, 1 Level-LP2) with incidence of 0.96
Mid-East (10 counties: 1 Level-LP1, 6 Level-LP2, 3 Level-LP2) with incidence of 1.40
  1. The incidence rate in this table indicates the value of raw incidence per 1000 live births