Logistic Regression Using SAS: Theory and Application

Logistic Regression Using SAS: Theory and Application Author(s): Paul D. Allison

Difference between 2nd and 1st editions
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Key differences between 2nd and 1st editions

  • Time lapse between previous and current publications: 13 years (1999 vs 2012).
  • The Second Ed. has been updated with the latest syntax and options in SAS 9.3
  • Chapter 2 "Binary Logistic Regression with PROC LOGISTIC" inclues new sections:
    • CLASS Variables
    • Multiplicative Terms in the MODEL Statement
  • Chapter 3 "Binary Logistic Regression: Details and Options 3.1 Introduction"
    • Explanation of two major new features of LOGISTIC -- exact logistic regression and penalized likelihood
    • New EFFECTPLOT statement for getting useful graphs of predicted values
    • Graphs of odds ratios
    • New R-squared measure
    • New diagnostic graphs
    • New section "ROC Curves"
    • New section "Plotting Effects of Predictor Variables"
  • In the Chapter 4 "Logit Analysis of Contingency Tables" PROC LOGISTIC is used to estimate the contingency table models rather than PROC GENMOD.
  • In the Chapter 5 "Multinomial Logit Analysis" PROC LOGISTIC is used to estimate the multinomial logit model rather than PROC CATMOD.
  • Chapter 6 " Logistic Regression for Ordered Categories" demonstrates how to use PROC QLIM to model heteroscedasticity in the cumulative logit model
  • Chapter 7 " Logistic Regression for Ordered Categories" includes new section "More Advanced Models with PROC MDC"
  • Chapter 8 "Logit Analysis of Longitudinal and Other Clustered Data" includes new topics on:
    • New section "Robust Standard Errors".
    • New section "Mixed Models with GLIMMIX".
    • Discussion of using the alternating logistic regression to get an odds ratio parameterization of the correlation structure for PROC GENMOD.
    • PROC LOGISTIC is used instead of PROC PHREG.
  • Chapter 9 "Regression for Count Data" includes new section "Zero-Inflated Models".
2nd Edition of
Logistic Regression Using SAS: Theory and Application
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eBook ISBN: 9781607649953
Published by: SAS Institute, August 17, 2012
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Logistic Regression Using the SAS System: Theory and Application
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ISBN-10: 0471221759
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Published by: WA (Wiley-SAS), December 21, 2001
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