Keywords: binomial regression, logistic regression, probit regression
Insects were exposed to gaseous carbon disulphide for a period of 5 hours. Eight experiments were run with different concentrations of carbon disulphide.
|Dose||Dose of carbon disulphide|
|Exposed||Number of beetles exposed|
|Mortality||Number of beetles killed|
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|Bliss (1935). The calculation of the dosage-mortality curve. Annals of Applied Biology.|
|Jørgensen, B. (1992). Example 1.2.|
Binomial regression with one continuous covariate.
Clear increasing trend. On the logistic scale, the regression has a significant quadratic component, although the linear regression satisfies a nominal goodness of fit test.