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Zero Inflated Poisson regression (ZIP) and Zero Inflated Negative Binomial (ZINB) regression were used if there was overdispersion and no multicollinearity in the data. This study aims to analyze measles in Bengkulu Province using the ZIP and ZINB regression models. Among them are selecting the best model, seeing the influential variables from the best model, and predicting the results of the best model. The data used is one dependent variable, namely the number of measles cases (Y) in each puskesmas and six independent variables (X) namely the percentage of measles immunization, the amount of malnutrition, the percentage of exclusive breastfeeding, the percentage of vitamin A, the percentage of proper sanitation, and the percentage of healthy house. The results of this study, the ZIP regression model formed is a discrete model for , namely ln()=-5.042-0.007X1-0.014X3+0.094X4 and a zero inflation model for , namely logit()= -3.656+0.101X4-0.054X6, while the ZINB regression model formed is a discrete model for , namely ln()=-9,289+0.120X4 and a zero inflation model for , namely logit()=- 17.841+0.205X4. The AIC value of the ZINB regression model is 255.249, which is smaller than the AIC value of the ZIP regression model of 331.467, so the ZINB regression model is better to use. The influential variable in this study is the percentage of vitamin A administered. There is not much difference between predicted results and the actual data.
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