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Logistic probability plots of the relationship between GSRS score and pedometer counts.

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posted on 29.05.2020, 18:06 by Toyohiro Hamaguchi, Jun Tayama, Makoto Suzuki, Naoki Nakaya, Hirokazu Takizawa, Kohei Koizumi, Yoshifumi Amano, Motoyori Kanazawa, Shin Fukudo

(A) Scatterplots of Gastrointestinal Symptoms Rating Scale (GSRS) scores and daily pedometer counts in university students with IBS (n = 101). GSRS scores range from 7 indicating “very severe discomfort” to 1 “no discomfort at all.” Plots were realigned by GSRS scores and the one-week pedometer counts in participants with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). (B) Logistic curves separated by GSRS scores of 5 (moderately severe discomfort) and 2 (broken line: minor discomfort), GSRS scores of 5 and 4 (solid line), and GSRS scores of 4 and 3 (chain line) were in a stepwise fit. Ordinal logistic regression model, z = -3.05, stepwise fit p = 0.002.