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The logit is the natural logarithm of the odds that an event occurs or a state exists. For example, if P(Y) is the probability that someone is a computer user or that someone commits a crime, then logit(Y) = ln[P (Y)/(1−P(Y))]. The logit is negative whenever P(Y) is less than .5, and is negative and ...

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