Logistic Regression

  • Joseph M. Hilbe
  • Published 2011 in International Encyclopedia of Statistical Science

Abstract

Logistic regression is the most common method used to model binary response data. When the response is binary, it typically takes the form of 1/0, with 1 generally indicating a success and 0 a failure. However, the actual values that 1 and 0 can take vary widely, depending on the purpose of the study. For example, for a study of the odds of failure in a… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-04898-2_344

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