Outcomes | Mean (%) (95% posterior probability interval) |
Common percent (%) increase in mean non-zero Moderate MET score (θ) | Evidence for positive effect 5.0 (2.94, 7.09) |
Average increase in the probability of observing non-zero Moderate MET scores | Evidence for positive effect 23.5 (9.05, 38.08) |
Effects of covariates |
Direction of evidence
Mean effect (95% posterior probability interval) |
Effect of age on the mean non-zero Moderate MET score (β_{1}) | Evidence for negative effect −0.01 (−0.011,–0.0089) |
Effect of age on the probability of observing non-zero Moderate MET scores (β_{1}*) | Evidence for negative effect −0.03 (−0.057,–0.012) |
Effect of gender* on the mean non-zero Moderate MET score (β_{2}) | Evidence for negative effect −0.45 (−0.48,–0.42) |
Effect of gender* on the probability of observing non-zero Moderate MET scores (β_{2}*) | Unclear evidence for effect 0.07 (-0.65, 0.78) |
Effect of working status† on the mean non-zero Moderate MET score (β_{3}) | Unclear evidence for effect 0.03 (-0.00014, 0.053) |
Effect of working status† on the probability of observing non-zero Moderate MET scores (β_{3}*) | Unclear evidence for effect 0.52 (-0.27, 1.34) |
↵*The gender component is the incremental effect of being male on the mean non-zero MET scores and corresponding probabilities of non-zero MET scores.
↵†The working status component is the incremental effect of working on the mean non-zero MET scores and corresponding probabilities of non-zero MET scores.
MET, metabolic equivalent.