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    Interpretation of logistic regression, continue variable

    I'm sorry, I said I changed it and I assumed you would understand. I apologize. I changed it in: 0 = no complication, 1 = complication.
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    Interpretation of logistic regression, continue variable

    Thank you very much. I changed it en the outcome is much different, I attachted it. So now I can say: with every hospitalization the change of getting a complication increases with 1.4 times? Is that correct? Thank you in advance!
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    Interpretation of logistic regression, continue variable

    Thanks. I always thought when the OR = <1.0, there is no significant connection. So is it right when I say: with every hospitalization the change you getting a complication increases with 0.719 times? Thanks in advance.
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    Interpretation of logistic regression, continue variable

    My coding is: complication = 1, no complication = 2. Do I have to change this for my outcome?
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    Interpretation of logistic regression, continue variable

    Hi there, In my study I look at the number of hospitalization (in the attachted file named 'aantalklinischeopnames') and the possibility to get a complication. The outcome of my binary logistic regression is attatched. I don't know exactly how to interpretate this. There is a strong...