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Topic: logistic regression
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nyoman sukajaya

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Registered: 11/1/13
logistic regression
Posted: Nov 1, 2013 10:52 AM
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Dear all,

I have data as follows:

x1 x2 x3 x4 x5
-0.66 0.23 -0.58 -0.17 55.00
-0.89 -0.98 -0.58 -1.25 69.00
0.96 -0.36 0.28 -0.17 91.00
0.03 -0.64 -0.58 1.99 81.00
-0.89 -1.06 -0.58 -1.25 58.00
1.42 0.55 -0.58 0.91 83.00

Is it ok for me to apply logistic regression to fitting regression model of those data?

i tried the following script, but it does not work.

[n m] = size(x5)
y = [x5 ones(n,1)]
b = glmfit([x1 x2 x3 x4], y, 'binomial','link','logit')

and I got Warning:
??? Error using ==> glmfit at 168
Y must contain values in the interval [0,N] for the binomial distribution.

I really need help from all of you.

Thank you

Nyoman Sukajaya

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