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What is the binary response model?

Asked by Wendicai, Last updated: Jun 11, 2022

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M. Kennedy

M. Kennedy

M. Kennedy
M. Kennedy, Web Content Writer, Denver

Answered Aug 27, 2018

The binary response is a type of format that can only produce two possible answers. This means that the response can either be yes or no. It can also be true or false depending on how the binary model is arranged. This can be used for non-numerical questions. The binary response model will require the dependent variable.

This dependent variable will be easier to understand and to analyze because it can be interpreted immediately. What makes the binary response model different from the other models is that it does not use any numerical values. You will immediately get a response from two likely answers. This type of model is often used in statistics.

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