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Logistic regression for binary response variables

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- Logistic regression for binary response variables
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- Space shuttle example n = 24 space shuttle launches prior to Challenger disaster on January 27, 1986 Response y is an indicator variable y = 1 if O-ring failures during launch y = 0 if no O-ring failures during launch Predictor x 1 is launch temperature, in degrees Fahrenheit
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- Space shuttle example
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- A model
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- The mean of a binary response If there are 20% smokers and 80% non-smokers, and Y i = 1, if smoker and 0, if non-smoker, then: If p i = P (Y i = 1) and 1 p i = P (Y i = 0), then:
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- A linear regression model for a binary response for Y i = 0, 1 If the simple linear regression model is: Then, the mean response is the probability that Y i = 1 when the level of the predictor variable is x i.
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- Space shuttle example
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- (Simple) logistic regression function
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- Space shuttle example
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- Alternative formulation of (simple) logistic regression function (algebra) logit
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- Space shuttle example
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- Interpretation of slope coefficients
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- Odds If there are 20% smokers and 80% non-smokers: Odds are 4 to 1 4 non-smokers to 1 smoker. and If p i = P (Y i = 1) and 1 p i = P (Y i = 0), then: and
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- Odds ratio MALE: 20% smokers and 80% non-smokers: FEMALE: 40% smokers and 60% non-smokers: The odds that a male is a nonsmoker is 2.67 times the odds that a female is a nonsmoker.
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- Odds ratio Group 1 Group 2 The odds ratio
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- Space shuttle example Predicted odds: Predicted odds at x 1 = 55 degrees: Predicted odds at x 1 = 80 degrees:
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- Space shuttle example Predicted odds ratio for x 1 = 55 relative to x 1 = 80: The odds of O-ring failure at 55 degrees Fahrenheit is 76 times the odds of O-ring failure at 80 degrees Fahrenheit!
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- Interpretation of slope coefficients The ratio of the odds at X 1 = A relative to the odds at X 1 = B (for fixed values of other Xs) is:
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- Estimation of logistic regression coefficients
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- Maximum likelihood estimation Choose as estimates of the parameters the values that assign the highest probability to (maximize likelihood of) the observed outcome.
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- Suppose For first observation, Y 1 = 1 and x 1 = 53: for second observation, Y 2 = 1 and x 2 = 56: and for 24th observation, Y 24 = 0 and x 24 = 81:
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- If = 10 and = -0.15, what is the probability of observed outcome? The log likelihood of the observed outcome is: The likelihood of the observed outcome is:
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- Maximum likelihood estimation Choose as estimates of the parameters the values that assign the highest probability to (maximize likelihood of) the observed outcome.
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- Suppose For first observation, Y 1 = 1 and x 1 = 53: for second observation, Y 2 = 1 and x 2 = 56: and for 24th observation, Y 24 = 0 and x 24 = 81:
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- If = 10.8 and = -0.17, what is the probability of observed outcome? The log likelihood of the observed outcome is: The likelihood of the observed outcome is:
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- Space shuttle example Link Function: Logit Response Information Variable Value Count failure 1 7 (Event) 0 17 Total 24 Logistic Regression Table Odds 95% CI Predictor Coef SE Coef Z P Ratio Lower Upper Constant 10.875 5.703 1.91 0.057 temp -0.17132 0.08344 -2.05 0.040 0.84 0.72 0.99
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- Properties of MLEs If a model is correct and the sample size is large enough: MLEs are essentially unbiased. Formulas exist for estimating the standard errors of the estimators. The estimators are about as precise as any nearly unbiased estimators. MLEs are approximately normally distributed.
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- Test and confidence intervals for single coefficients
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- Inference for j Test statistic: follows approximate standard normal distribution. Confidence interval:
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- Space shuttle example Link Function: Logit Response Information Variable Value Count failure 1 7 (Event) 0 17 Total 24 Logistic Regression Table Odds 95% CI Predictor Coef SE Coef Z P Ratio Lower Upper Constant 10.875 5.703 1.91 0.057 temp -0.17132 0.08344 -2.05 0.040 0.84 0.72 0.99
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- Space shuttle example There is sufficient evidence, at the = 0.05 level, to conclude that temperature is related to the probability of O-ring failure. For every 1-degree increase in temperature, the odds ratio of O-ring failure to O-ring non-failure is estimated to be 0.84 (95% CI is 0.72 to 0.99).
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- Survival in the Donner Party In 1846, Donner and Reed families traveled from Illinois to California by covered wagon. Group became stranded in eastern Sierra Nevada mountains when hit by heavy snow. 40 of 87 members died from famine and exposure. Are females better able to withstand harsh conditions than are males?
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- Survival in the Donner Party
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- Link Function: Logit Response Information Variable Value Count STATUS SURVIVED 20 (Event) DIED 25 Total 45 Logistic Regression Table Odds 95% CI Predictor Coef SE Coef Z P Ratio Lower Upper Constant 1.633 1.110 1.47 0.141 AGE -0.07820 0.03729 -2.10 0.036 0.92 0.86 0.99 Gender 1.5973 0.7555 2.11 0.034 4.94 1.12 21.72