OR Data Analysis

The p value of the Berger-Parker v Diabetes (All) % is 0.04 rounded to the hundredths, as seen in this data set the lower percent diabetes has a higher number of evenness using the Berger-Parker diversity index and the higher percent diabetes has a lower number of evenness.
The p value of the Shannon v Diabetes (All) % is 0.04 rounded to the hundredths, as seen in this data set the lower percent diabetes has a higher number of evenness using the Shannon diversity index and the higher percent diabetes has a lower number of evenness.
The p value of the Simpson v Diabetes (All) % is 0.003 rounded to the thousandths, as seen in this data set the lower percent diabetes has a higher number of evenness using the Simpson diversity index and the higher percent diabetes has a lower number of evenness.
The data from the calculations of the various diversity indexes using the data subsets were not statistically significant.

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