In this article you mentioned “If you do not see why E(Y)=p, accept it as a fact for now. I will explain it in a later article.”, could you kindly point out which article can I find it? Thanks!

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I dont have values of “p”, the closest I have are the Y values (0 or 1), if I use these y values as “p” values, I’ll get that:

when

y = 0; log(p/1-p) = log(0/1)

and even worse, when:

y = 1; log(p/1-p) = log(1/0)!!!!

How do you solve it?? A simple logistic regression, by hand with the values I gave you?

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]]>Sir i want to predict gold price using logistic regression. I have gold price data from 2 years to today. and i want to know what is the gold price yesterday.

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