[Enrollment] Logistic Regression: Binary, Ordinal and Multinomial Outcomes: Overview


Sooner or later, you’re going to have to answer a research question with a categorical dependent variable:

  • Are bilingual speakers more likely to make pronunciation mistakes than native speakers under conditions of cognitive load?
  • Did a physical therapy intervention improve the likelihood that athletes with a knee injury were able to return to play within the same season?
  • Do nutrition protocol and a physical therapy intervention affect whether patients can perform each of a set of tasks post-surgery?

As you may have already encountered, no matter how many ways you transform or try to finagle the data, you just can’t force it into a linear regression or ANOVA.

So what do you do?

Logistic regression: A researcher’s best friend when it comes to categorical outcome variables.

Maybe you’ve avoided logistic regression before because it’s seemed quite complex or overwhelming… or simply because it wasn’t a required part of your previous statistics coursework.

It’s time to get you over that barrier.

Yes, understanding logistic regression will require some new statistical concepts, but we assure you:

If you can use linear models, you can understand logistic regression (really!).


Logistic Regression:
Binary, Ordinal and Multinomial Outcomes

A 4-Module Online, Live Interactive Workshop


Full Workshop Price: $397

Pay in full or in 3 installments of $133. (Your first installment will be billed today. Then your credit card will be billed automatically every 30 days for the remaining 2 installments.)


“I’m so glad I came across [this] site and registered for this workshop. I’m sure I’ll be registering for more workshops in the future! The cost-benefit for this workshop is incredible! You just can’t beat it!”

— Paula Fleshman, PhD, Education Research Consultant
Logistic Regression Student