Hi,
I'm finishing my calculations, but after I performed analysis with logit model, I got stuck. Stata software calcualted coeficients that look like in the attached file. And it gave Pseudo R2 equal to 1. If I understand correctly, the parameters in this model are not suitable, since calculations look very unrealistic?
Also, I tried to check each parameter separately, and only 3 variables were meaningful. Other 3 parameters gave "Prob > chi2" more then 0,30, which is more than p value, so those parameters should be rejected if I understand corectly?
If I include two parameters in the model, one of them gets pvalue more than criteria, which means that some parameters should be equal to 0. So the model demands that I should use only one parameter. Could you advise, are there any methods to improve my model, so that I could use more than one variable? I'm not a statistician, so don't know much about such methods.
I'm finishing my calculations, but after I performed analysis with logit model, I got stuck. Stata software calcualted coeficients that look like in the attached file. And it gave Pseudo R2 equal to 1. If I understand correctly, the parameters in this model are not suitable, since calculations look very unrealistic?
Also, I tried to check each parameter separately, and only 3 variables were meaningful. Other 3 parameters gave "Prob > chi2" more then 0,30, which is more than p value, so those parameters should be rejected if I understand corectly?
If I include two parameters in the model, one of them gets pvalue more than criteria, which means that some parameters should be equal to 0. So the model demands that I should use only one parameter. Could you advise, are there any methods to improve my model, so that I could use more than one variable? I'm not a statistician, so don't know much about such methods.
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