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Table 1 Data used for model calibration and parameter estimationa

From: Quantifying demographic and socioeconomic transitions for computational epidemiology: an open-source modeling approach applied to India

Parameter Data sources Data details
Fertility National Family Health Survey waves 1–3 (NFHS): 1992–3, 1998–9, 2005–6) [2426] Number of total children ever born to mother, by maternal age and urban/rural residence, Additional file 1: Table AF1
Mortality Sample Registration System (SRS): 1972–2008 [23] Probability of death by calendar year, age, sex, and urban/rural residence, Additional file 1: Table AF2
Educational attainment NFHS 1–3 (1992–3, 1998–9, 2005–6) and District-Level Household Survey wave 3 (DLHS-3): 2007–8 [2427] Prevalence of no education, primary school, secondary school, and greater than secondary school education, by age, sex, and urban/rural residence, Additional file 1: Table AF3
Migration NFHS 2 and 3 (1998–9, 2005–6) [25, 26] Proportion of women who had migrated from urban to rural areas or vice versa within the last 6 years, 12 years, and ever in their lifetime, stratified by age, sex, and urban/rural residence, Additional file 1: Table AF4
Population size United Nations Population Division, 1992–2010 [6] Absolute population size by calendar year, stratified by urban/rural residence, Additional file 1: Table AF5
  1. a Full data disaggregated by age, sex, urban/rural residence, and educational attainment status are provided in Additional file 1: SI Tables AF1–S5