# Plotting every probability curve

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## Plotting every probability curve

 I don't have a logistic regression model and am trying to generate probability curves for all possible combinations of the variables. My logit model has 5+ variables, and I want to draw curves for every scenario. See code below. When home_owner is 0 and 1, I want curves. The same goes for all other variables categories, so that I have permutations for all possible combinations. I've found that I can use the TeachingDemos package (see below) to construct a gui which makes this easier, but I want to form curve separately so that I can save them library(TeachingDemos) TkPredict(mod1) Predict.Plot(mod1, pred.var = "our_bid", our_bid = c(0,300), age_of_oldest_driver2 = "18 to 21",              credit_type2 = "POOR", coverage_type2 = "BASIC", home_owner2 = "0",              state2 = "other", currently_insured2 = "0", vehicle_driver_score = "0",              plot.args = "list()", type = "response") Quick reproduceable example = df = data.frame(sell=c("0","1","0","0","1"), home=c("own","rent","rent","rent","own"),                 income=c(50,20,20,50,50), gender=c("M","M","F","F","F")) df\$sell = as.factor(df\$sell) df\$home = as.factor(df\$home) df\$income = as.factor(df\$income) df\$gender = as.factor(df\$gender) str(df) m1 = glm(factor(sell) ~ home + income + gender,            data=df, family=binomial(link="logit")) summary(m1) library(TeachingDemos) TkPredict(m1) Thanks -- *Abraham Mathew Statistical Analyst www.amathew.com 720-648-0108 @abmathewks*         [[alternative HTML version deleted]] ______________________________________________ [hidden email] mailing list https://stat.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/r-helpPLEASE do read the posting guide http://www.R-project.org/posting-guide.htmland provide commented, minimal, self-contained, reproducible code.