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Table 5 Odds ratios from ordinal logistic regression models

From: The effects of neighborhood density and street connectivity on walking behavior: the Twin Cities walking study

  Travel Walking Leisure Walking
    95% CI    95% CI
  OR SE Lower Upper OR SE Lower Upper
High density 1.992 0.436 1.296 3.060 0.896 0.135 0.667 1.204
Large block-size 0.948 0.221 0.600 1.497 1.403 0.270 0.962 2.046
Interaction 0.630 0.179 0.361 1.100 0.673 0.188 0.389 1.162
N 687     687    
BIC 1944     2172    
  Total Walking Total Movement
    95% CI    95% CI
  OR SE Lower Upper OR SE Lower Upper
High density 1.363 0.294 0.893 2.080 1.162 0.172 0.870 1.554
Large block-size 1.099 0.231 0.728 1.659 1.436 0.242 1.032 1.996
Interaction 0.634 0.195 0.347 1.159 0.715 0.208 0.404 1.264
N 688     689    
BIC 2261     2227    
  1. notes: All models employ robust standard errors and account for clustering by focus area.
  2. Adjusted for a subject's age, sex, race, college-degree, marital status, home ownership, home tenure, and overall health.
  3. 'Travel walking' and 'Leisure walking' are on mets scale; 'Total walking' is measured in miles; Total movement is 'mean total activity count per day' as per accelerometer