Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society / 2015 / Article / Tab 5

Research Article

Integrated Model of Joint Residence-Workplace Location Choice and Commute Behavior Using Latent Class and Mixed Logit Methods

Table 5

Estimation results of four latent classes.

VariablesClass 1Class 2Class 3Class 4

House renting price−0.9568
(−18.48)
−0.1823
(−2.40)
−0.1734
(−4.41)
−0.2153
(−8.60)

Commute distance
(M)
−0.1953
(−12.63)
−0.1174
(−3.72)
−0.5049
(−10.10)
−0.2662
(−9.83)

Commute distance
(S.D.)
0.3115
(14.49)
0.1762
(5.06)
0.2878
(6.65)
−0.1417
(−4.72)

Commute time
(M)
−0.03623
(−2.37)
−0.0305
(5.22)
−0.0128
(−2.89)
−0.0582
(4.96)

Commute time
(S.D.)
−1.14E − 04
(0)
−0.0139
(−1.02)
7.69E − 05
(0)
−2.10E − 04
(0)

Household monthly income1.0919
(24.82)
2.0387
(15.55)
1.0537
(13.47)
1.3504
(16.82)

Population density0.9441
(18.36)
−0.9983
(−4.24)
−0.1624
(−15.63)
−0.0763
(−6.01)

Number of employment opportunities0.0648
(10.31)
0.0665
(4.74)
0.1113
(3.66)
0.2311
(4.67)

GDP of workplace0.3617
(14.24)
0.2288
(9.06)
0.3973
(6.60)
0.1594
(3.40)

Here M means “mean value”; S.D. means “standard deviation.”