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Reader Annisa Mike asked in a comment on an early post about power calculation for logistic regression with an interaction.

This is a topic that has come up with increasing frequency in grant proposals and article submissions. We'll begin by showing how to simulate data with the interaction,...

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This is a topic that has come up with increasing frequency in grant proposals and article submissions. We'll begin by showing how to simulate data with the interaction,...

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I have been at SAS for 7 years and up until 10 days ago, I had never been asked this question. Since then, I've been asked four times, so now must be the time to answer it! Question: Can we simply use a linear regression model to predict the response ...

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Recently a student asked about the difference between confint() and confint.default() functions, both available in the MASS library to calculate confidence intervals from logistic regression models. The following example demonstrates that they yield d...

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In logistic regression, when the outcome has low (or high) prevalence, or when there are several interacted categorical predictors, it can happen that for some combination of the predictors, all the observations have the same event status. A similar e...

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This is a special R-only entry.In Example 8.7, we showed the Hosmer and Lemeshow goodness-of-fit test. Today we demonstrate more advanced computational approaches for the test.If you write a function for your own use, it hardly matters what it looks l...

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The Hosmer and Lemeshow goodness of fit (GOF) test is a way to assess whether there is evidence for lack of fit in a logistic regression model. Simply put, the test compares the expected and observed number of events in bins defined by the predicted p...

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