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Re: st: RRR with CI from logit model
Citando Ronán Conroy <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> email@example.com wrote:
> >Dear Statalisters:
> >let me enter late at this thread, to remind that -binreg- or -glm- f(bin)
> >link(log) many times fail to converge, in situations when logistic runs
> >Jose Maria
> Jose Maria and I have different experiences of -binreg-. This week I
> have run a whole bunch of regressions that did, indeed, converge, and I
> reckon that more than 80% of the models I've tried have converged.
> One strategy to getting -binreg- to run is to avoid adding all potential
> confounders to the model. Use -logistic- to identify important
> confounders and then run -binreg- on the resulting model.
A very good idea.
> Relative risks make so much more sense than odds ratios (at least to me
> - I'm just a keyboard player) that I always try -binreg- in situations
> where the data represent incidences.
Just a remark: for case-control, relative risk does not apply.
Faculdade de Saude Publica/Universidade de Sao Paulo
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