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Table 3 Contrasta of percent of sit-down restaurantsb and supermarketsc for each neighborhood typed pair in 2001

From: A method for estimating neighborhood characterization in studies of the association with availability of sit-down restaurants and supermarkets

  Urban core Inner city Urban Aging suburb High-income suburb Suburban edge
Sit-down restaurant model: estimated beta (95% confidence interval)
 Urban core
 Inner city − 16.66
(− 18.97, − 14.35)
 Urban − 22.04
(− 25.49, − 18.60)
− 5.38
(− 8.05, − 2.71)
 Aging suburb − 24.45
(− 26.35, − 22.55)
− 7.79
(− 9.25, − 6.33)
− 2.41
(− 3.74, − 1.08)
 High-income suburb − 25.10
(− 26.96, − 23.25)
− 8.44
(− 9.85, − 7.03)
− 3.06
(− 4.66, − 1.46)
− 0.65
(− 1.58, 0.28)
 Suburban edge − 28.38
(− 30.00, − 26.75)
− 11.72
(− 12.97, − 10.46)
− 6.33
(− 7.53, − 5.14)
− 3.92
(− 4.65, − 3.20)
− 3.27
(− 4.08, − 2.46)
Supermarket model: estimated beta (95% confidence interval)
 Urban core
 Inner city − 2.02
(− 5.51, 1.48)
 Urban − 2.09
(− 5.34, 1.15)
− 0.78
(− 2.58, 2.42)
 Aging suburb − 0.32
(− 3.66, 3.03)
1.70
(− 0.82, 4.22)
1.78
(0.26, 3.29)
 High-income suburb − 1.91
(− 5.52, 1.70)
0.11
(− 2.66, 2.88)
0.19
(− 1.63, 2.00)
0.25
(− 1.40, 1.91)
 Suburban edge − 1.84
(− 5.41, 1.74)
0.18
(− 2.52, 2.88)
0.19
(− 1.63, 2.00)
− 1.59
(− 3.13, − 0.05)
− 1.52
(− 2.84, − 0.21)
  1. Refer to the legends in Table 2