##### 32. Estimate 1

*Each comparison of BMI categories entered separately. If they divided into 3 groups (eg, <25, 25-30, >30) and used <25 as the reference group, they should have two rows of estimates/data. One for 25-30 vs. <25 and one for >30 vs. <25. The 25-30 vs. <25 will go here as "Estimate 1". The >30 vs. <25 will go in the next question (Estimate 2), etc. Enter the reference group (<25) for each Estimate.
Succinctly describe the BMI categories being analyzed (eg, <25, 25-30). Under n/N, check radio button then enter data in text box that appears.
Calculate the % (not the proportion) as needed; the denominator is the number in the model. For n/N and %, enter "NR" if the case.
Please enter the estimate (eg, OR) in the form E.EE (L.LL, U.UU) with spaces between items and a comma not a dash.
REMEMBER, we are including univariate estimates when BMI categories were tested and excluded from final model for being NS. If they report only NS (without an estimate), enter NS under P value and check NR in the second column of the Estimate row.*