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Table 2 Zero-inflated Poisson model results

From: A novel approach to modeling epidemic vulnerability, applied to Aedes aegypti-vectored diseases in Perú

  Season El Niño RR (95% CI)
Stage 1 S 1.24 (1.20, 1.29)
W 1.26 (1.21, 1.31)
S Y 1.24 (1.19, 1.29)
S N 1.15 (1.09, 1.20)
W Y 1.19 (1.14, 1.23)
W N 1.24 (1.19, 1.30)
Stage 2 S 1.28 (1.22, 1.34)
W 1.28 (1.22, 1.34)
S Y 1.27 (1.21, 1.33)
S N 1.20 (1.13, 1.26)
W Y 1.21 (1.16, 1.26)
W N 1.26 (1.20, 1.32)
Stage 3 S 1.19 (1.14, 1.25)
W 1.11 (1.05, 1.18)
S Y 1.19 (1.13, 1.24)
S N 1.15 (1.09, 1.22)
W Y 1.12 (1.07, 1.17)
W N 1.15 (1.09, 1.22)
  1. Outcome parameterized as number of outbreak weeks in a given district over January 2016-September 2018. Stage 1: index case potential; stage 2: outbreak receptivity; stage 3: epidemic potential. RR: rate ratio; CI: posterior credible interval; S: summer; W: winter; Y: yes; N: no