If i get a standard logistic regression, I’m not sure how to find out probability. The first one would be to work out the model using the provided coefficients, then exp the outcome, and then do odds / (1 + odds).

The second one would be to work out the model, multiply it by minus, then exp the outcome, and then do 1 / (1 + odds)

Thanks, that makes sense, but as an example I had a question that asked me the probability of a winning fund, and it used the second example instead of the first, even though I didn’t want the ‘against’ probability.

There is a separate table with coefficients and independent variable means, but I don’t understand why I have to use this formula which does 1 / 1 + odds, instead of doing a regression that looks like this (and using this formula):