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When to Use Logistic Regression
You should think about using logistic regression when your Y variable takes on only two values. Such a variable is referred to a “binary” or “dichotomous.” “Dichotomous” basically means two categories such as yes/no, defective/nondefective, success/failure, and so on. “Binary” … Continue reading
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