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Logistic Regression is different from other types of regression because it creates predictions within a range of 0-1 and it does not assume that the predictor variables have a constant marginal effect on the target variable - making it applicable to many dichotomous problems including: estimating the probability that a student will graduate, the probability that a voter will vote for a specific candidate, or the probability that someone will respond to a marketing campaign.
The addition of page numbers to a report is quite simple, there are two steps: First, add a Text tool immediately before your Render tool. In the Text tool, under the Special Tags drop-down select the Current Page option. The example below is a more elaborate example employing the annotation text “page” and “of” and the special tags to display the current page and total number of pages in the document. Secondly, in your Render tool, check the Footer checkbox, and select the “Text” field as the field to display for the Footer. Done!