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Re: st: PSEUDO R2
I'd like to add to this with two very good (and mercifully short!)Sage
'green paper' books that cover this material:
Pampel FC (2000) "Logistic Regression: A Primer";
Menard S (2002) "Applied Logistic Regression Analysis (2nd ed)".
Pampel is the pick of them. But then I would say that, having been to ten
outstanding lectures of his on various aspects of LR this summer.
Constantine Daskalakis wrote:
> That is not ideal.
> See the book by Hosmer & Lemeshow (Applied Logistic Regression) for an
> excellent and extensive basic discussion on assessing fit.
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