Sorry my internet connection is very bad so I kept on refreshing and accidently double posted.
My question is using cox and snell r square interpretation can say the model explains 107-153 percent
if the values of cox and snell r square are .107-. 153?
Yes, it was a nested model.
So can I just use the numbers in Exp(B) to compare the countries?
Can calculate: Germany's Exp(B) divided by UK Exp(B)? to identify the difference in likelihood?
I have performed a logistic regression using 5 different variables in a nested approach.
Does this mean I have also performed mediation or do I need to that separately?
I am very new to logistic regression ... and within a learning process.