log binomial regression

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    Log Regression: how to interpret that the model is significant and the variables in the equation are not.?

    Hi, In a small sample of 20 subjects, three continuous independent variables significantly predict a dichotomous dependent variable (Method = Enter, SPSS). Step 0 (constant) is not significant, but all three variables not in the equation are. Step 1 (Block and Model) are significant Chi (3) =...
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    Binary logistic regression in SPSS

    Hi, Please can someone help me. I am conducting a binary logistic regression in SPSS. I have the dependent variable (with two possible values, i.e. 1 = participation and 0 = no participation), and a number of independent variables. I have run a simple binary logistic regression. However, I...
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    logistic regression+test of hypothesis

    Hello guys! I need your advice. I have done a logistic regression to estimate a probability of impaiment occurs or not. My indep.variables were different factors that can inflduence dep.variable. The data is taken from the stock exchange so it is not normally distributed. I got results...
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    SAS: Linear piecewise spline interpretation

    I am running a generalized linear model: log-binomial regression (dist=bin, link=log) Lets say I manually coded a linear piecewise spline knot, as age continuous and my binary outcome demonstrate a non-linear relationship with one shift in the curve (as visualized through PROC GAM) The...
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    Linear piecewise spline interpretation

    Hello, I suspected my data was non-linear so I ran PROC GAM to visualize my age variable relative to my binomial outcome. I realize adding one spline knot at age 51.5 was very appropriate. I created the linear piecewise spline using a "relative reference" coding scheme: if age<=51.5...