[R] Logistic regression for large data

David Winsemius dw|n@em|u@ @end|ng |rom comc@@t@net
Sat Nov 12 08:36:01 CET 2022

That’s not a large data set. Something else besides memory limits is going on. You should post output of summary(Base). 

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> On Nov 11, 2022, at 11:29 PM, George Brida <georgebrida94 using gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear R users,
> I have a database  called Base.csv   (attached to this email) which
> contains 13 columns and 8257 rows and whose the first 8 columns are dummy
> variables which take 1 or 0. The problem is when I wrote the following
> instructions to do a logistic regression , R runs for hours and hours
> without giving an output:
> Base=read.csv("C:\\Users\\HP\\Desktop\\New\\Base.csv",header=FALSE,sep=";")
> fit_1=glm(Base[,2]~Base[,1]+Base[,10]+Base[,11]+Base[,12]+Base[,13],family=binomial(link="logit"))
> Apparently, there is not enough memory to have the requested output. Is
> there any other function for logistic regression that handle large data and
> return output in reasonable time.
> Many thanks
> Kind regards
> George
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