Odds ratios less than 1


Fortran must die
It is often stressed that when you have an odds ratio below 1 (say .75) this is hard to explain (even given that odds ratios are not easy to explain generally) and you should get a value greater than 1 by recoding the response variable. Can you get the same result you would by doing this by simply taking the inverse of your odds ratio (meaning in the above example 1/.75).

Ok this will be the silliest question asked this month :(