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Fig. 5 | BMC Medical Research Methodology

Fig. 5

From: Sex-specific analysis of traumatic brain injury events: applying computational and data visualization techniques to inform prevention and management

Fig. 5

Mapping the Host, Agent, and environment factors on the external cause of injury and TBI severity (a) and differences between the sexes (female-male) (b). In (a), a positive association is presented in red, and a negative association is presented in blue. In the heatmap reporting sex differences (b), red colour indicates that if the correlation in a sex-specific heatmap was positive (i.e., red colour), females have a stronger positive correlation between those two variables than males, and if it was negative (blue colour), females have a weaker correlation than males. The blue colour in (b) indicates that if the original correlation was positive, males have a stronger positive correlation between those two factors, and if negative, males have a weaker correlation than females

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