I received an e-mail from a researcher in Canada that asked about communicating logistic regression results to non-researchers. It was an important question, and there are a number of parts to it.
With the asker’s permission, I am going to address it here.
To give you the full context, she explained in a follow-up email that she is communicating to a clinical audience who will be using the results to make clinical decisions. They need to understand the size of an effect that an intervention will provide. She refers to an output I presented in my webinar on Probability, Odds, and Odds Ratios, which you can view free here.
I just went through the two lectures re: logistic regression and prob/odds/odds ratios. I completely understand [Read more…] about Explaining Logistic Regression Results to Non-Statistical Audiences