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Re: st: piece-wise logistic regression


From   Richard Williams <Williams.NDA@comcast.net>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: piece-wise logistic regression
Date   Wed, 28 Apr 2010 20:53:12 -0500

Jason, there have been at least 3 responses to your original post, including one from the author of the UCLA FAQ. Check out the archives if you haven't received them for some reason.

At 07:41 PM 4/28/2010, Jason Ferris wrote:
(I have resent this in case the original got 'caught' due to the url)

I have been reading on piecewise regression in stata from the
ats.ucla.edu website (stat/stata/faq/piecewise.htm)

I am interested in approaching some analysis where the outcome is binary
and the predictor is continuous.  A lowess curve of the data seems to
indicate a kick in my data with a positive slope between 1 and 10 and a
negative slope from 10 to 80.

Can I use the same approach mentioned in the website above for logistic
piecewise regression?

Jason

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