## Logistic regression in Stata

The two commands of Stata are the `logit`

command and the `logistic`

command. The `logit`

command demonstrates the coefficient whereas `logistic`

demonstrates the odds ratios. One can also find out the odds ratios from the `logit`

command through the `or`

option. In the second section, we will discuss how coefficients and odds are interrelated and how they can be converted. Now, let's take a look at the logarithm pattern. The logs used in this section are natural logs. An example is *if log (d) = e*, then *log (8) = 0.90308 exp (0.90308) = 8*; here, `exp`

represents exponentiation, and it is essential because it shows the link between the coefficient and odds ratios. To better understand the difference between the `logit`

coefficient and the `logit`

command, we have built few sets of data; the `tabulate`

command is used for their distribution. In OLS regression, predicted values are used and graph a is plotted; we will use the same thing here. An example is given later on in the chapter...