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Re: st: RRR with CI from logit model
At 12:27 PM 11/2/2004, Michael Ingre wrote:
Well, it's not exactly the random intercept. It's more the form of the model.
On 2004-11-02, at 17.26, Ronán Conroy wrote:
I totally agree. That's why I'm trying to estimate RRRs with my logit
model. RRRs make a nice addition to the predicted probabilities. I also
have the objective to show that individuals differ in their subject
specific RRRs because of differences in overall propensity (the random
Relative risks make so much more sense than odds ratios
The fact that you are using logistic regression means that the odds ratio
will be the same for everyone with a specific covariate pattern. By
definition, the risk ratio will NOT be. The model forces it that way.
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