Logistic Regression Values, statistics homework help

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This week’s readings discuss conditional probabilities, conditional odds, logits, odds ratios, relative risk, and slopes. These can all be confusing terms but the good news is that all these values have some relationship to each other. Researchers have their own opinions on which values makes the most sense to report.

In a 3- to 4-paragraph post, construct a persuasive argument for the value (conditional probability, odds, odds ratio, etc.) that, intuitively, makes the most sense for you to report as a result to your audience. Be sure to provide a specific rationale for your choice

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Osborne, J. W. (2015). Best practices in logistic regression. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.

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Construct a persuasive argument for the value (conditional probability, odds, odds ratio,
etc.) that, intuitively, makes the most sense for you to report as a result of your audience
The probability theory depicts that a conditional probability report represents a semantic
alternatively pragmatic relationship that exists between two propositions. In our case, formal...

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