logit

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lo·git

(lō'git),
The logarithm of the ratio of frequencies of two different categoric and mutually exclusive outcomes such as healthy and sick.
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Odds ratios reflect the difference in the odds of the outcome in question for a 1 unit increase in the independent variables and are computed by exponentializing the log-odds coefficients.
In this regression, the coefficient on the interaction ([delta]) represents the change in utility from choosing a facility with a given star rating after the star rating is publicly released (or the log-odds of being admitted to a facility with a given star rating after the rating is publicly released).
With the help of a binary logit model, a log-odds ratio of, for example, banking crisis can be expressed as follows:
721 +, where the variance of--or the between-country variance in the log-odds of supporting integration--is estimated as 0.
i]) is the log-odds ratio and the log-odds ratio is a linear function of the explanatory variables.
A score of zero log-odds (logits) is an average control ability [7].
ijt], is measured in three different ways: the logarithm of the interquartile range, the Gini log-odds ratio, (18) and the 90th and 10th percentiles, each estimated in separate regressions.
So the link function is the log-odds, also known as the logit.
The natural logarithm of the odds ratio, the log-odds ratio, has the property that a positive value indicates a positive association between categories, whilst a negative value represents a negative association; this property permits a simple inference that a group (say, the Irish-born) is over- or under-represented in any occupational category.
After finding out the adjusted logistic model, the log-odds of winning sets were analysed according to game location and set number.