Journal of Advanced Transportation / 2019 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Determining E-Bike Drivers’ Decision-Making Mechanisms during Signal Change Interval Using the Hidden Markov Driving Model

Table 3

Variables in the equation.

Omnibus Tests of Model CoefficientsChi-squaredfSig.

Hosmer and Lemeshow testChi-squaredfSig.
Model summary-2 Log likelihoodCox & Snell R2Nagelkerke R2
a. Because the change range of parameter estimation is less than 0.001, the estimation terminates
at 4 iterations.

Sig. of Omnibus Tests of Model Coefficients less than 0.05, indicating that it is significant; Sig. of Hosmer and Lemeshow test greater than 0.05, indicating that goodness-of-fit test of the model is significant; -2 Log likelihood, Cox & Snell R2, and Nagelkerke R2 showing that the fitting degree of the model is reasonable.

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