German:
logistische Regression

Japanese:
ロジスティック回帰

Statistics. A statistical model which describes the relationship between a qualitative dependent variable (a dichotomous variable which can take only two distinct values, such as the presence or more independent variables. A common application is in epidemiology to calculate the odds ratio (OR) for estimating the risk to develop a disease due to given risk factors.

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