# How do I report a logistic regression in SPSS?

## How do I report a logistic regression in SPSS?

Test Procedure in SPSS Statistics

- Click Analyze > Regression > Binary Logistic…
- Transfer the dependent variable, heart_disease, into the Dependent: box, and the independent variables, age, weight, gender and VO2max into the Covariates: box, using the buttons, as shown below:
- Click on the button.

**What is the output of logistic regression?**

In a binary logistic regression model, the dependent variable has two levels (categorical). Outputs with more than two values are modeled by multinomial logistic regression and, if the multiple categories are ordered, by ordinal logistic regression (for example the proportional odds ordinal logistic model).

**Can I use a logistic regression?**

Logistic Regression is a classification technique used in machine learning. It uses a logistic function to model the dependent variable . The dependent variable is dichotomous in nature, i.e. there could only be two possible classes (eg.: either the cancer is malignant or not). As a result, this technique is used while dealing with binary data.

### What is the origin of logistic regression?

The logistic regression as a general statistical model was originally developed and popularized primarily by Joseph Berkson, beginning in Berkson (1944) , where he coined “logit”; see § History . Logistic regression is used in various fields, including machine learning, most medical fields, and social sciences.

**What does logistic regression stand for?**

Logistic Regression, also known as Logit Regression or Logit Model, is a mathematical model used in statistics to estimate (guess) the probability of an event occurring having been given some previous data. Logistic Regression works with binary data, where either the event happens (1) or the event does not happen (0).

**What is the abbreviation for logistic regression analysis?**

How is logistic regression analysis abbreviated? LRA stands for logistic regression analysis. LRA is defined as logistic regression analysis rarely.