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Table 2 Proportion of the 1,000 simulated samples for which the null hypothesis of no change in consistent condom use was rejected at the 0.05 level

From: Assessing outcomes of large-scale public health interventions in the absence of baseline data using a mixture of Cox and binomial regressions

Consistent condom use Proportion of samples leading to rejection of H 0
Pre 1-1-2004 Post 1-1-2004 GEE-linear GEE-logit Cox-binomial
Low Low 0.067 * 0.059 0.059
Low Medium 0.883 0.916 0.998
Low High 1.000 1.000 1.000
Medium Medium 0.056 0.068 * 0.062
Medium High 0.734 0.984 1.000
High High 0.056 NA 0.050
  1. Rows with writing in boldface represent settings where the null hypothesis is true. Starred values (*) in the rows in boldface indicate rejection rates significantly (at the 5% level) different from 0.05.