Stephenson, John, Bunce, Catey, Dore, Caroline J. and Freemantle, Nick (2016) Ophthalmic statistics note 11: logistic regression. British Journal of Ophthalmology, 100 (12). pp. 1594-1595. ISSN 0007-1161

Previous notes in this series have been concerned with the common situation in ophthalmic and other clinical fields of describing relationships between one or more ‘predictors’ (explanatory variables) and, usually, one outcome measure (response variable). A classic method used in deriving relationships between outcomes and predictors is linear regression analysis. Linear regression is a member of a family of techniques known as general linear models, which also include analysis of variance and analysis of covariance; the latter of which was covered in a previous Ophthalmic Statistics Note

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