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Table 3 Summary of GLM4, a negative binomial model for tick-borne encephalitis cases without vaccination (hypothetical cases)

From: Tick-borne encephalitis (TBE) cases are not random: explaining trend, low- and high-frequency oscillations based on the Austrian TBE time series

 EstimateSEzp 
Intercept0.1260.8310.1510.880 
NTOT·10−60.4380.1094.006<0.001***
NMIG·10−6-6.5891.381-4.772<0.001***
SI2.0040.4854.131<0.001***
Fyear−2=10.2670.0773.454<0.001***
Fyear−2=20.3110.0883.526<0.001***
Fyear−2=30.2760.1052.6430.008**
SD · 10−30.5420.2392.2730.023*
  1. The total population number NTOT, the net migration NMIG, the averaged log-transformed Scandinavian index SI as well as beech fructification factors 2 years prior Fyear−2=1, 2 or 3 as well as the annual sunshine duration SD were used as predictors for which the estimate, the standard error SE, the z-value (test statistics), and the p-value (significance) are given