Selection of link function in binary regression: A case-study with world happiness report on immigration

by   Ardhendu Banerjee, et al.

Selection of appropriate link function for binary regression remains an important issue for data analysis and its influence on related inference. We prescribe a new data-driven methodology to search for the same, considering some popular classification assessment metrics. A case-study with World Happiness report,2018 with special reference to immigration is presented for demonstrating utility of the prescribed routine.


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