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Table 6 Output values from LOGIT modelling for landslide susceptibility in Quito

From: Landslide Susceptibility Mapping of Urban Areas: Logistic Regression and Sensitivity Analysis applied to Quito, Ecuador

Code Factor 6-Factor Model 8-Factor Model 10-Factor Model
Weights encoding Weights encoding Weights encoding Percentile discretization
Coefficient (β value) Descending Order Coefficient (β value) Descending Order Coefficient (β value) Descending Order Coefficient (β value) Descending Order
0int Intercept −0.5281   −10.7830   −4.1375   −2.4317  
1geo Lithology 0.3756 3 0.2550 5 0.1905 5 0.0160 2
2cov Land use/vegetation coverage 0.8483 1 0.4250 4 0.0125 7 0.0122 3
3sei Seismic Intensity −0.1628 6 −0.0910 7 −0.2004 9 −0.0110 10
4pre Intense Precipitations 0.6528 2 0.4500 2 0.3943 3 0.0238 1
5sta Stability after large events 0.0247 5 0.1160 6 −0.1526 8 0.0047 5
6slo Slope 0.3756 4 0.4450 3 0.3896 4 −0.00045 7
7pop Population 0.6840 1 0.5348 2 0.0034 6
8roa Road Density 0.6101 1 0.0052 4
9bui Floor Area −0.1280 8 0.0566 6 −0.0040 9
10gro Building Footprint Area −0.2364 10 −0.0038 8
  AUC value 0.755 0.784 0.7928 0.7417
  1. NOTE: Descending Order columns refer to the relative order position that explanatory factor coefficients have among their group in the model by sorting them from the highest to the lowest value