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Table 6 Equations of ANOVA regression for the observed sites

From: Adapting sudden landslide identification product (SLIP) and detecting real-time increased precipitation (DRIP) algorithms to map rainfall-triggered landslides in Western Cameroon highlands (Central-Africa)

Observed sites (Period) Model Values
S1-Njiloum1 (1948–2018) 0.0300418119.16072.012 (0.488) 1.0073
S2-Njiloum2 (1948–2018) 0.03004338586072.012 (0.2612) 35.0509529712193
S3-Njitout (1948–2018) 0.03004158816.736072.012 (0.394) 29.6676110831837
S4-Koutaba (1948–2018) 0.030518126101.694 (0.493) 0.260802712270763
S5-Bafoussam (1948–2018) 0.023313589.526131.76 (0.3463) 6.33339140678556
Mean 1948–2018   14.4640116346919
S1-Njiloum1 (2019) 18255.1556035856141.1724 (0.886) 1,878,436,394.94023
S2-Njiloum2 (2019) 18255.158869398061659300  6141.1724 (1.473) 16,453,557,989,053,200
S3-Njitout (2019) 18255.04309547810768.523  6141.1724 (1.13) 1,143,698,653,144.39
S4- Koutaba (2019) 18255.0455603585  6161.63 (0.903) 79,529,751.9255277
S5-Bafoussam (2019) 13691.2841702688.986181.94 (0.646) 181,480,394.584158
Mean 2019   3,290,940,765,430,580