Supplementary Material 5: Addressing spatial autocorrelation from Human infectious disease burdens decrease with urbanization but not with biodiversity
2017-03-27T13:48:38Z (GMT) by
In geographic studies, replicates (e.g., countries) may be non-independent due to their proximity, a problem termed spatial autocorrelation. This non-independence is problematic because it can inflate Type I error. Here, we describe our approach to addressing spatial autocorrelation in our analysis.