OLS Regression of Latter-day Saint Cancer Mortality Rates from 2013-2017 in the Four Corner States by County

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Title

OLS Regression of Latter-day Saint Cancer Mortality Rates from 2013-2017 in the Four Corner States by County

Subject

This is a map of the residuals and other information pertaining to an OLS Regression between cancer mortality rates and Latter-day Saint prevalence.

Description

This map assigns each county a color based on whether the actual values were higher or lower compared to the predicted values of the OLS Regression. The dark red areas refer to areas where the observed values were larger than the predicted values and the light red areas are areas where the observed values were smaller than the predicted values.

The other information illustrates the basics behind and OLS Regression and the main takeaways from the OLS report generated.

Creator

Elizabeth Williams

Source

County Outlines: Downloaded from TIGER/Line Shapefiles at census.gov in November 2020.
Religion: Downloaded from Association of Religious Data Archives at https://www.thearda.com/Archive/ChCounty.asp in November 2020.
Cancer Mortality: Downloaded from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at https://gis.cdc.gov/Cancer/USCS/DataViz.html in November 2020.

Publisher

Website maintained by Chantel Sloan, Associate Professor in the Public Health Department at Brigham Young University

Date

2013-2017

Contributor

Elizabeth Williams

Format

PDF

Language

English

Type

Map file generated using ArcGIS Pro 2.6.1

Coverage

This is a map of the residuals in the Four Corner States by County level. Results can't be generalized to the general United States population as a whole, other states, or for other years.

Files

Latter-day Saint Analytical Map.pdf

Reference

OLS Regression of Latter-day Saint Cancer Mortality Rates from 2013-2017 in the Four Corner States by County, Elizabeth Williams, Website maintained by Chantel Sloan, Associate Professor in the Public Health Department at Brigham Young University, 2013-2017