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Table 4 Correlation and regression analysis of PRR with measures of SES

From: General practitioners in German metropolitan areas – distribution patterns and their relationship with area level measures of the socioeconomic status

  Correlation analysis Regression analysis
r p-value beta p-value
PPR GDI −0.49 <0.001
CEI −0.22 0.005
PRR population density 0.35 <0.001 −0.11 0.244
distance to city hall −0.50 <0.001 −0.31 0.012
old age dependency ratio −0.24 0.002 0.16 0.077
migrant quota −0.03 0.702
household size −0.50 <0.001 −0.30 0.006
employment quota 0.01 0.880
unemployment quota −0.20 0.011
benefits recipients quota −0.24 0.002 −0.24 0.002
motorization rate −0.32 <0.001 −0.20 0.062
mortality −0.10 0.180
  1. Correlation (Spearman’s rho; r) was computed for z-scores. GDI geodemographic index, CEI cultureeconomic index, PPR FTE per 10^4 residents, SES socioeconomic status
  2. Italic entries are significant with p<0.05