## The logistic regression concept

Let's discuss some random data of rainfall from 2000 to 2011. In 2010, there was rainfall, and we have to find out about the probability of rainfall in 2011. So, logistic regression will predict whether the rainfall will happen or not, and OLS will predict the amount of rainfall in that year.

The data we'll look at in this example will tell us more about the dissimilarity between OLS and logistic regression. We will take the rainfall data for 2011 in this case.

To understand the exact difference between linear and logistic regression, let's see what happens if the data that has a binary outcome variable (*event will happen = 1* and *event will not happen = 0*) is analyzed by leveraging linear regression. Let's take the dataset where you need to predict whether the fridge model will be sold above the cutoff or not. In this case, the dependent variable is called `fridge_sales`

. This variable is created from the `fridge_actual_sales`

variable, which is a continuous variable...