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    Katy Pearce
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    Suggestions welcome!

     

    I have a group of people with traits A, U, E, and S (all continuous variables) — all of which are good predictors of a bunch of outcomes:

     

    – Do P only.

    – Do H only.

    – Do M only.

    – Do H + M both.

    – Don’t do any of these.

     

    (all of these are binary yes/no categorical variables.)

     

    I’m trying to create a model (decision tree sort of) of those traits relating to the outcomes.

     

    Any thoughts?

    #3230
    Adam Fominaya
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    I think you are into log linear analyses. However, i am not trained or experienced with this technique so the best i can do is pass along a link from my favorite people at ncstate:

    http://faculty.chass.ncsu.edu/garson/PA765/logit.htm

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