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Table 2 Predicting violence in Merseyside: target individuals and their associates

From: Predicting Violence in Merseyside: a Network-Based Approach Using No Demographic Information

  Log odds Std. error Probability Odds ratio
Model 3     
  Violence T1 0.804 0.059 0.000*** 2.23
  Violence associates T1 0.248 0.065 0.000*** 1.28
  Constant − 1.544 0.032 0.000***  
  Pseudo R2 0.0257    
  Log likelihood − 4699.68    
Model 4     
  Violence T1 0.804 0.057 0.000*** 2.23
  Knife T1 − 0.004 0.120 0.969 0.99
  Weapon T1 0.200 0.210 0.342 1.22
  Violence associates T1 0.150 0.082 0.068+ 1.16
  Knife associates T1 0.18 0.104 0.083+ 1.20
  Weapon associates T1 0.021 0.154 0.891 1.02
  Constant − 1.54 0.033 0.000 0.21
  Pseudo R2 0.0263    
  Log likelihood − 4696.73    
  1. Note: Dependent variable = violence at T2. Bootstrap estimations with 500 replications. N obs. = 9206. Significance: *** < 0.001; ** < 0.01; * < 0.05; + < 0.1