Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society / 2014 / Article / Tab 10

Research Article

Activity-Trip Chaining Behavior of Urban Low-Income Populations in Nanjing, China: A Structural Equations Analysis

Table 10

Total, direct, and indirect effects of activity duration on trip chaining.

EffectsModel AModel B
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Total−0.0630.067−0.151−0.226−0.0720.076−0.197−0.201
Direct−0.081−0.041−0.324−0.226−0.079−0.049−0.278−0.201
Indirect0.0180.1080.17300.0070.1250.0810

_ Total−0.0910.028−0.148−0.356−0.1540.014−0.256−0.376
Direct−0.157−0.121−0.312−0.281−0.266−0.189−0.320−0.314
Indirect0.0650.1490.164−0.0760.1110.2030.064−0.062

_ Total0.071−0.1200.2370.3000.105−0.1720.3110.303
Direct0.02500.3290.1970.03000.3680.252
Indirect0.046−0.120−0.0910.1030.075−0.172−0.0570.051

_ Total0.043−0.1240.1590.2070.086−0.1910.2590.258
Direct−0.080−0.074−0.031−0.041−0.108−0.093−0.013−0.027
Indirect0.123−0.050−0.1910.2490.194−0.0980.2720.285