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Table 4 T-test results for the three epidemic outcomes, with versus without predictors scenarios, in the Montgomery and Miami regions

From: Impact of demographic disparities in social distancing and vaccination on influenza epidemics in urban and rural regions of the United States

Geography Epidemic measure Scenario Vaccine efficacy
    20% 40% 60%
Montgomery, VA Peak Infections with vs. without predictors t-statistic 4.27 4.85 1.26
   p-value 9 . 1 6 e −5 1 . 3 3 e −5 0.211
  Peak Day with vs. without predictors t-statistic -0.31 0.5643 0.6094
   p-value 0.755 0.575 0.545
  Total Infections with vs. without predictors t-statistic 4.53 6.13 2.19
   p-value 3 . 9 4 e −5 1 . 5 9 e −5 0.033
Miami, FL Peak infections with vs. without predictors t-statistic 1.847 7.33 6.32
   p-value 0.0708 2 . 2 3 e −9 7 . 8 4 e −8
  Peak Day with vs. without predictors t-statistic -0.1222 -0.6071 -0.9177
   p-value 0.9032 0.5466 0.3633
  Total Infections with vs. without predictors t-statistic 18.46 35.5 39.06
   p-value 1 . 9 1 e −23 4 . 1 3 e −36 4 . 8 4 e −38
  1. The highlighted numbers show statistically significant t-statistic values corresponding to differences in epidemic outcomes