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If we were to carry out a survey on say, workers in a chemical industry asking for responses such as:
Are you a smoker? Y/N
Is your BMI over 25? Y/N
Do you have asthma?
Did you diagnose asthma whilst in the...
Thank you for your advice. I haven't done any logistical regression before and am still trying to get my head around the whole subject. I think I shall start with the book you suggested.
So far I have only looked at crude odds ratios and adjusted odds ratio (AOR) for one confounder. I was...
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I am in the process of teaching myself about odds ratios, adjusted odds ratios and modelling with regression for my MSc.
I am working with various publications but I have a question about how...
I am in a position where I think I have calculated an odds ratio and interpreted it with 95% CI. I would really appreciate it if someone could cast their eyes over it to see if I have calculated it correctly (I have done it by hand to try to get to grips with the calculation).
Thank you hlsmith - that is really helpful and reassuring.
The origins of the data are a survey of all workers in that industry - so it is their choice whether to complete the survey. Does this have any bearing on the analysis?
I have a couple more questions if you don't mind:
1) Is there any...
( I have also posted in https://stats.stackexchange.com/questions/535284/odds-ratio-or-other-technique)
Before I start I am not well versed in posting on forums so please be patient if I'm going against convention. Plus I am on a steep learning curve with statistics.
I have been...
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I've been given a task to investigate how to carry out the meta analysis on the results from a series of studies. They all report the 'standard mortality rate' with...