[R] Logistic Regression

Terry Therneau therneau at mayo.edu
Tue Feb 7 15:28:34 CET 2012

I'm surprised not to see the simple answer: "glm" models return the MLE
	fit <- glm(y ~ x1 + x2 + .... , family='binomial')

There is no need for special packages, this is a standard part of R.

Terry Therneau

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On 02/06/2012 03:08 PM, Ana wrote:
> I am looking for R packages that can make a Logistic Regression model
> with parameter estimation by Maximum Likelihood Estimation.
> Many thanks for helping out.
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Hi Ana,

I worked out some maximum likelihood estimates for logistic regression
R on my website: http://www.netstorm.be/home/lrm

Best regards


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