logistic regression

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logistic regression

Postby peter3000 » Fri Sep 05, 2014 2:17 pm

Dear Community,

for a term paper (democracy (country 1) ​​and not democracy (country 2) and their relationships with each other (openness) I have to perform a logistic regression using SPSS.

Different countries are compared with each other -> democracy with democracy, democracy with non-democratic and non-democratic with non-democracy

The variables are:

dependent: Type of relationship (peaceful or not peaceful)

First democratic country 1 (Yes or No)
The second two democratic country (Yes or No)
Third openness country 1 (data available observation period from 1945 to 2010)
Fourth degree of openness Land 2 (data available observation period 1945-2010)

Openness is calculated as the mean of export share and import share

For the dependent variable, I use the values ​​1 = 0 = peaceful and not peaceful one.

For the independent variables 1 and 2 so far I only translate numbers a = 1 = Yes 0 = No = democracy and no democracy.

For the independent variables 3 and 4 I use the respective figures for each year.

As I sit down for the first time with SPSS apart, my lack of experience is missing.

Can anyone help me implement this logistic regression.

many thanks
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Re: logistic regression

Postby peter3000 » Sat Sep 06, 2014 1:57 pm

I use SPSS for the first time and possess some experience with gretl.

Below I have written our data over ten years by way of example, and the result.

As a result, I want the variances of the dependent variable are calculated so as the effect can be explained on peaceful relations between democracies and the degree of openness.



Is the calculation correct or did I miss something?

Thank you for your help !!


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