## How do you show odds ratio on a graph?

How to present Odds ratios in a graph on a log-scale #excel

- Create a scatterplot with x values 0.5 and 1 for the two odds Ratios.
- Now change the Y-axis to a log scale.
- Add a dataseries on set of values with x-value 0 and y-values that cover the ticks you would like on the y-axis.

**What is the cc command in Stata?**

cc is used with case–control and cross-sectional data. It calculates point estimates and confidence intervals for the odds ratio, along with attributable or prevented fractions for the exposed and total population. cci is the immediate form of cc; see [U] 19 Immediate commands.

**Is odds ratio the same as odds?**

Odds and odds ratios are hard for many clinicians to understand. Odds are the probability of an event occurring divided by the probability of the event not occurring. An odds ratio is the odds of the event in one group, for example, those exposed to a drug, divided by the odds in another group not exposed.

### What is the difference between odds ratio and adjusted odds ratio?

To briefly summarize: a crude odds ratio is just an odds ratio of one IV for predicting the DV. The adjusted odds ratio holds other relevant variables constant and provides the odds ratio for the potential variable of interest which is adjusted for the other IVs included in the model.

**What is an odds ratio in logistic regression?**

For example, in logistic regression the odds ratio represents the constant effect of a predictor X, on the likelihood that one outcome will occur. If we try to express the effect of X on the likelihood of a categorical Y having a specific value through probability, the effect is not constant.

**What does an odds ratio of 0.80 mean?**

(Example: If the probability of an event is 0.80 (80%), then the probability that the event will not occur is 1-0.80 = 0.20, or 20%. The odds of an event represent the ratio of the (probability that the event will occur) / (probability that the event will not occur).