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Table 1 Spatial models and their DIC.

From: How to survey classical swine fever in wild boar (Sus scrofa) after the completion of oral vaccination? Chasing away the ghost of infection at different spatial scales

Model name Explicative variables 2010–2011 2011–2012 2012–2013
M1 b 0 DIC = 635.6 DIC = 210.5 DIC = 113.1
M2 b 0  + H i DIC = 543.7 DIC = 155.7 DIC = 112.1
M3 b 0  + U i DIC = 278.7 DIC =  39.0 DIC = 110.2
M4 b 0  + U i  + H i DIC = 289.0 DIC = 155.2 DIC = 111.4
M5 b 0  + U i  + b a 1 Risk i (N-1) Not availablea DIC = 150.7 DIC = 105.2
b 1  = 0.36, [0.05; 0.61]
  1. Ui and Hi correspond respectively to the local and to the global spatial components, Riski corresponds to the risk predicted the previous year at the level of each municipality (i). Parameter value (b1) is indicated together with its credibility interval at the risk of 95% [(2.5%; 97.5%)]. The model retained each year (according to the DIC) is indicated in bold and italic
  2. aThe study started by 2010–2011, i.e. after the completion of vaccination