Date: Sun, 6 Feb 2005 09:35:12 -0600
Reply-To: Anthony Babinec <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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From: Anthony Babinec <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: comparison of results from OLS and logistic regression
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Scott Long's book devotes a lot of attention to ways of
standardizing coefficients in various logistic regression models,
as well as interpreting effects. Menard's article is a recent treatment
of the topic.
See J. Scott Long's book:
"Regression models for categorical and limited dependent variables"
published by Sage.
See "Six approaches to calculating standardized logistic regression
coefficients" by Scott Menard in The American Statistician, vol 58, number
3, pages 218 ff.
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Sent: Sunday, February 06, 2005 7:49 AM
Subject: comparison of results from OLS and logistic regression
I have the following problem: I have to establish a comparison table
with the influences found significant from a series of regression
analyses. I have to compare the strength of the B and betas from OLS
with those of logistic regressions. Is there a method to calculate the
results (Bs and betas) from logistic regression so that I can compare
the strength of their influence ? I dont find sources on the web which
can help me in this work.
Dr. Frank Thomas
FTR Internet Research
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