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Table 1 Myxoma Virus model-selection best models

From: Multi-event capture–recapture modeling of host–pathogen dynamics among European rabbit populations exposed to myxoma and Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Viruses: common and heterogeneous patterns

Enclosure Parameter Model effects np; Dev; QAICc; wi
E1 Survival Age*sex 58; 6694.55; 6813.05; 0.66
   Age 56; 6700.78; 6815.10; 0.23
   Age*immun 58; 6699.49; 6817.99; 0.06
  Seroconversion Sex*immun 62; 6691.23; 6818.08; 0.92
E2 Survival Age*sex*immun 53; 4733.87; 4053.88; 0.88
   Age*immun 49; 4750.48; 4059.29; 0.06
  Serocoversion Sex*immun 53; 4733.87; 4053.88; 1
E3 Survival Immun 48; 3664.89; 3764.20; 0.69
   Age*sex*immun 54; 3654.65; 3766.85; 0.18
   Sex*immun 50; 3664.83; 3768.43; 0.08
  Seroconversion Immun 52; 3656.86; 3764.76; 0.71
   Sex*immun 54; 3654.65; 3766.85; 0.25
  1. np, number of parameters; Dev, Deviance; QAICc, Quasi-Akaike Information Criterion corrected for over-dispersion; w i , Akaike weight (support of the current model with respect to the candidate set of models). Model notation: immun, the immunological status: for survival it means a different survival rate according to immunological status whereas for seroconversion it means that seroconversion rate from seropositive to seronegative is different than seroconversion from seronegative to seropositive; age, juveniles vs. adults; sex, females vs. males.
  2. For each analysis, only models accounting for more than 90% of cumulative Akaike weights are reported.