From: Anon. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri 05 Mar 2004 - 19:42:05 EST
Arnab mukherji wrote:
> I was trying to implement a probit model on a dichotomous outcome variable and found that the predictions were outside the (0,1) interval that one should get. I later tried it with some simulated data with a similar result.
> Here is a toy program I wrote and I cant figure why I should be getting such odd predictions.
Let me be the first to write "read the help file".
There are several scales th at you can predict on in a GLM. The
relevant part of the help file is this:
type: the type of prediction required. The default is on the scale
of the linear predictors; the alternative `"response"' is on
the scale of the response variable. Thus for a default
binomial model the default predictions are of log-odds
(probabilities on logit scale) and `type = "response"' gives
the predicted probabilities.
Your predictions are on the probit scale.
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