Exciting news! Caustic Cat has just published it’s first book – Dr Neil Scott’s “I’m not afraid of Logistic Regression”. This light-hearted introduction for students walks the uninitiated, the worried and the plain confused through a series of fictional studies to equip them with the basic information they need to set up, run and interpret their own analysis.
You can get the book at the Amazon score – it costs around $4.99/£3.29/€somethingsimilar. Just type in “I’m not afraid of Logistic Regression” or, if you’re a bit busy, just type “Logistic regression” and scroll down.
It’s a bit early for reviews so we thought we’d write a few of our own, all of which will be replaced in due course.
“A thumping good read”
“Makes Shakespeare look like a pile of old shopping lists”
“Rip-snorting” (actually that was about another book but we liked the word)
“If this book was a horse I’d marry it”
We will probably take this post down once we’ve all calmed down and thought about it a bit, but for the moment we are just too excited to act rationally.