Logit Model

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Definition: Logit Model

The logit model was introduced by Joseph Berkson in 1944, who coined the term. Logit is method by which we can calculate the outcome of certain event by having a measure of odds against and odds in favour in a logarithmic based relation. Suppose the probability of an event is p,
then ,


logit P= log(p) –log (1-p)



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