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Table 2 Comparison of posterior probability of assignment for the single mobility model, the single fatigability model and the trajectory model that jointly modelled mobility and fatigability

From: Determinants of trajectories of fatigability and mobility among older medical patients during and after hospitalization; an explorative study

A. Fatigability given mobility trajectory: posterior probability of assignment
  Fatigability trajectory groups
  Stable low (n=5) Improving (n=19) Stable high (n=20)
Mobility trajectory groups    
Low (n=15) 0.05 0.00 0.95
High (n=29) 0.16 0.66 0.17
B. Mobility given fatigability trajectory: posterior probability of assignment
  Mobility trajectory groups  
  Low (n=15) High (n=29)  
Fatigability trajectory groups    
Stable low (n=5) 0.15 0.86  
Improving (n=19) 0.00 1.00  
Stable high (n=20) 0.74 0.26  
C. Joint fatigability mobility model: posterior probability of assignment
Group Allocation N (%) Low fatigability high mobility Improving fatigability high mobility High fatigability low mobility
Low fatigability high mobility 5 (11) 0.79 0.03 <0.001
Improving fatigability high mobility 23(52) 0.06 0.79 0.01
High fatigability low mobility 16 (36) <0.001 0.01 0.86