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    [Logistic Regression] - Is it possible to compare the outcomes?




    Dear all,

    First time poster here. I'm currently working on my thesis and i'm stuck with a complex matter which i hope you guys can help me with. I got data with a few categorical variable and i'm searching for a method to compare the outcomes of a logistic regression. The situation is as follow:

    We got categorical independent variables 'A' and 'B'; and dependent variables 'C'.

    I've performed a logistic regression on A-C and B-C.

    What i want to do now is to verify or test whether the relationship A-C is significant stronger than B-C.

    I've tried thinking about a loglinear analysis or a three-way cross tab, but that doesnt fit my question well. I hope you guys can help me with progressing in my theses. Thank you in advance!

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    Re: [Logistic Regression] - Is it possible to compare the outcomes?


    As far as I understand, you have performed 2 logistic regression models separately. Why didn't you use the predictors A and B in just one LR model?
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