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R for Microsoft® Excel Users: Making the Transition for Statistical Analysis by Conrad Carlberg

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5. Logistic Regression in Excel and R

Chapter 4 includes a substantial amount of material on regression analysis of a particular sort: the assessment of the reliability of differences in the means of different groups. When that sort of question is at issue, it’s typical that you have a variable such as cholesterol level, measured on a numeric scale, that quantifies an outcome. You also have one or more variables, usually termed factors, under which you aggregate your measurements: men and women, for example, or ...

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