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Fig. 5 | BMC Infectious Diseases

Fig. 5

From: Spatial patterns of childhood diarrhea in Ethiopia: data from Ethiopian demographic and health surveys (2000, 2005, and 2011)

Fig. 5

Cluster Outlier identification of childhood diarrhea in Ethiopia, 2000, 2005, and 2011. Each point on the map represents a single enumeration area with a number of diarrhea cases. HH (High-High) means high rates of diarrheal cases surrounded by similar characteristics; HL (High-Low) means high rates of diarrheal cases surrounded by low rates of diarrheal cases; LH (Low-High) means low rates of diarrheal cases surrounded by high rates of diarrheal cases; and LL (Low-Low) means low rates of diarrheal cases surrounded by similar characteristics. The red (HH) color indicates diarrhea hotspot areas, the blue (LL) color indicates diarrhea cold spot areas, and the yellow (HL) and white (LH) colors indicate outliers. The hotspot areas are public health important

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