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Table 4 Regression of socio-environmental determinants of suicide for both male (upper value) and females (lower value, italics)*

From: Preliminary spatiotemporal analysis of the association between socio-environmental factors and suicide

Variables β SE RR (95% CI) P-value
RF (mm) 0.090
0.114
0.073
0.291
1.09 (0.95 -- 1.26)
1.12(0.63 -- 1.98)
0.220
0.696
MaxT (°C) 0.213
-0.072
0.088
0.248
1.24 (1.04 -- 1.47)
0.93(0.57 -- 1.51)
0.016
0.773
IRSD -0.017
0.052
0.026
0.090
0.98 (0.94 -- 1.03)
1.05 (0.88 -- 1.26)
0.483
0.565
PIP (%) 0.065
0.209
0.030
0.094
1.07 (1.01 -- 1.13)
1.23 (1.03 -- 1.48)
0.029
0.026
UER (%) 0.077
0.087
0.101
0.042
1.08 (0.89 -- 1.32)
1.09 (1.01 -- 1.18)
0.446
0.036
PPLII (%) 0.373
-0.176
0.086
0.137
1.45 (1.23 -- 1.72)
0.84 (0.64 -- 1.10)
0.000
0.198
PPLEL (%) -0.139
0.168
0.117
0.106
0.87 (0.69 -- 1.09)
1.18 (0.96 -- 1.46)
0.234
0.115
  1. *Note: RR (relative risk); CI (confidential interval); RF (rainfall); MaxT (max temperature); IRSD (Index of Relative Socio-economic Advantage and Disadvantage); PIP (proportion of Indigenous population); UER (unemployment rate); PPLII (proportion of population with low individual income); PPLEL (proportion of population with low educational level).