Need to do a logit transformation of a variable, so that I may test the assumptions for a Binary Logistic Regression test. Could someone please tell me how to do that? I know when transforming I need to input ‘Ln(p/1-p)’ in the compute variable screen, but I have no idea what ‘p’ is, or how to calculate it!
Any help much appreciated!
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Hello, this nice website explains trought a Markov process the game score in tennis and the passage from one state to another. It’s a very nice to read.
But I don’t understand one thing and I am getting confused… He says (you can read it on the website)
”So the final equation for the probability of Player A winning the game is:
On this website (stack exange)
one guy asks for the same question, and one other guy using Bernulli process he calculates a formula for the probability for a tennis player to win the game and it is:
WHY this formula is different from the first one I have red on that website? (this below)
I can not explain that ”10” and ”20”… where do they came from ?