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    Re: Binomial regression with x as the dependent variable and n as an independent vari





    Is it possible that it is some sort of hierachical/sequential logistic regression that is what you want.
    See Weiler, W. (1986). A sequential logit model of the access effects of higher education institutions. Economics of Education Review, 5, 49–55. doi: 10.1016/0272-7757(86)90162-7.

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