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Table 4 Contrasta of percent of sit-down restaurantsb and supermarketsc for each neighborhood typed pair in 2011

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

− 8.52

(− 11.99, − 5.05)

 Urban

− 17.22

(− 23.24, − 11.21)

− 8.70

(− 13.35, − 4.06)

 Aging suburb

− 22.16

(− 24.92, − 19.40)

− 13.64

(− 15.73, − 11.55)

− 4.94

(− 7.14, − 2.73)

 High-income suburb

− 20.52

(− 23.28, − 17.75)

− 12.00

(− 14.03,− 9.97)

− 3.29

(− 6.02, 0.57)

1.64

(0.31, 2.98)

 Suburban edge

− 23.57

(− 26.56, − 20.58)

− 15.05

(− 17.33, − 12.77)

− 6.34

(− 8.50, − 4.19)

− 1.41

(− 2.61, − 0.21)

− 3.05

(− 4.46, − 1.64)

Supermarket model: estimated beta (95% confidence interval)

 Urban core

 Inner city

− 2.19

(− 6.76, 2.37)

 Urban

− 2.95

(− 7.13, 1.24)

− 0.75

(− 3.98, 2.48)

 Aging suburb

− 0.48

(− 4.72, 3.76)

1.71

(− 1.47, 4.90)

2.46

(0.50, 4.43)

 High-income suburb

− 3.57

(− 8.04, 0.89)

− 1.38

(− 4.80, 2.04)

− 0.63

(− 2.98, 1.72)

− 3.09

(− 5.14, − 1.05)

-

 Suburban edge

− 2.03

(− 6.39, 2.32)

0.16

(− 3.10, 3.42)

0.91

(− 1.16, 2.98)

− 1.55

(− 3.26, 0.15)

1.54

(− 0.38, 3.46)

  1. Refer to the legends in Table 2