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onugi97
Calcite | Level 5
My model has one dependent variable with 3 independent variables, which looks like:

a=b+c+1/d

Both dependent and ALL independent variables (a, b, c, d) are BINARY. In this case, what kind regression do I have to use? Logistic or Probit or anything else?
In what condition do I have to use Logistic, and in what condition do I have to use Probit in my model? Can you give me good references, if you know any?

All the best,

A Regression Newbie...
Onugi97
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YanXu
SAS Employee
This forum is for Operations Research, maybe the following is the right one

http://support.sas.com/forums/forum.jspa?forumID=46

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