PROC LOGISTIC displays a table of the Type III analysis of effects based on the Wald test (Output 39.3.2).Note that the Treatment * Sex interaction and the duration of complaint are not statistically significant (p= 0.9318 and p= 0.8752, respectively). This indicates that there is no evidence that the treatments affect pain differently in men and women, and no evidence that the pain outcome is ...
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For example, if our threshold was .5 and our prediction function returned .7, we would classify this observation as positive. If our prediction was .2 we would classify the observation as negative. For logistic regression with multiple classes we could select the class with the highest predicted probability.
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If the predicted probability is 0.2 and it happens, then the Brier Score is (0.2-1)^2 =0.64. If the predicted probability is 0.5, then the Brier Score is (0.5-1)^2 =0.25, irregardless of whether it happens. By specifying fitstat option in proc logistic, SAS returns Brier score and other fit statistics such as AUC, AIC, BIC etc.
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Logistic regression is one of the most important techniques in the toolbox of the statistician and the data miner. In contrast with multiple linear regression, however, the mathematics is a bit more complicated to grasp the first time one encounters it.
For example, the overall probability of scoring higher than 51 is .63. The odds will be .63/ (1-.63) = 1.703. A logistic regression model describes a linear relationship between the logit, which is the log of odds, and a set of predictors. logit (π) = log (π/ (1-π)) = α + β 1 * x1 + + … + β k * xk = α + x β.
Taking the exponent eliminates the log on the left handside so the odds can be expressed as: p/ (1-p) = Exp (a+bx). We can also rearrange this equation to find the probabilities as: p= Exp (a+bX) / [1 + Exp (a+bX )] which is the logistic function, which converts the log odds to probabilities.