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Additional file 1 of Comparison of three small-area mortality metrics according to urbanity in Korea: the standardized mortality ratio, comparative mortality figure, and life expectancy

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posted on 04.07.2020 by Ikhan Kim, Hwa-Kyung Lim, Hee-Yeon Kang, Young-Ho Khang
Additional file 1: Figure S1. Age distribution and age-specific mortality ratios by urbanity with the standard population: findings from the National Health Information Database of Korea, 2013–2017. Figure S2. Scatter plots and correlation coefficients [r] for SMR, CMF, and LE over all areas and stratified by urbanity: findings from the National Health Information Database of Korea, 2013–2017. Table S1: Population size and age structure by urbanity: data from the 2015 Population Census of Korea. Table S2: Distribution of numbers of population and deaths among 3,377 small-areas in Korea: findings from the National Health Information Database of Korea, 2013–2017. Table S3: Distribution of SMRs according to urbanity when the age-specific mortality rate was hypothesized to be the same in all small-areas: findings from the National Health Information Database of Korea, 2013–2017. Table S4: Comparison of the top 30 small-areas with high mortality as measured by CMF with their results for SMR and LE: findings from the National Health Information Database of Korea, 2013–2017. Table S5: Comparison of the top 30 small-areas with low mortality as measured by CMF with their results for SMR and LE: findings from the National Health Information Database of Korea, 2013–2017. Table S6: Age structure, observed and expected deaths using national age-specific mortality in 2015 and age-specific mortality of the standard population, and their differences in small-areas with the minimum, maximum, and median SMR: findings from the National Health Information Database of Korea, 2013–2017

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