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Re: is logistic regression supported in pspp?

From: Renan Levine
Subject: Re: is logistic regression supported in pspp?
Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2012 21:06:03 -0500
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Dear Dr. Ray,

Information about the logistic regression syntax can be found here, in the PSPP manual:

Please note that this analysis is still being fully developed and implemented. At the moment, the logistic regression analysis does not seem to handle dichotomous dependent variables with missing values. Good luck!


On 13-Nov-12 8:55 PM, dr soumalya ray wrote:
i am using PSPP 0.79. i thought this was the latest version of PSPP. but in a previous mail of this mailing list, it is mentioned that logreg is now supported in the latest version of PSPP.
the ref manual with the PSPP(0.79) is mentioning logistic regression under the heading of not implemented.
so, i have two question-
1) is logreg now supported in PSPP?
2)if yes, what is the latest version of PSPP supporting this?and where to find any version newer than 0.79?
pasting the copy of the previous mail--
On Mon, Nov 12, 2012 at 05:25:52PM +0000, Gregory Jonason wrote:
    Helo. I am *VERY* new to PSPP. I was wondering how to go about
    installing more of the Analysis functions available in PSPP?
Install  a more recent version.

Recent versions include K-Means Clustering, GLM and Logistic Regression.
Note however, that not all the features of pspp have gui menus.  Refer
to the documentation which accompanies the install for a list of what's
implemented and what is not.



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