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Table 1 Minimal adequate models for Anhui, Henan and Chongqing

From: The complex transmission seasonality of hand, foot, and mouth disease and its driving factors

  Anhui Henan Chongqing
Variable Coefficients
[90%CI]
t value Coefficients
[90%CI]
t value Coefficients
[90%CI]
t value
Intercept − 182.68
[− 367.70,11.33]
−1.54 254.03*
[61.49,446.58]
2.16 348.50***
[327.49,369.51]
27.20
School summer vacation −89.79***
[− 124.99,-54.59]
−4.18 −15.22
[− 88.17,57.73]
−0.34 − 107.91**
[− 155.54,-60.28]
−3.72
School winter vacation 9.63
[−25.86,45.14]
0.45 183.90***
[118.9248.88]
4.64 − 104.61**
[− 158.37,-50.85]
−3.19
Spring Festival
(4 wks delay)
100.7***
[59.22,142.18]
3.98 394.87***
[331.8457.93]
10.27 191.72***
[143.88,239.56]
6.57
Highway passenger traffic (4 wks delay) 9.48***
[5.91,13.05]
4.35 10.58***
[6.16,15.01]
3.91
Relative Humidity (%) 6.30***
[4.17,8.43]
4.85 6.38**
[3.43,9.33]
3.55
Temperature (°C)
Sunshine (hours) 1.95**
[1.03,2.86]
3.50
Rainfall (mm)
Adjusted Multiple R2 0.88   0.89   0.72  
F-statistic 30.66   43.69   22.86  
Degree of freedom 19   20   22  
p-value 8.54e-9   4.34e-10   5.91e-7  
  1. *** p-value < 0.001, **p-value< 0.01, * p-value < 0.05, .p-value < 0.1
  2. Cells with “-” indicate that the variables or factors were not included in the minimal adequate model