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Create `Logistic`

model object for lifetime probability of
default

Create and analyze a `Logistic`

model object to calculate
the lifetime probability (PD) of default using this workflow:

Use

`fitLifetimePDModel`

to create a`Logistic`

model object.Use

`predict`

to predict the conditional PD and`predictLifetime`

to predict the lifetime PD.Use

`modelDiscrimination`

to return AUROC and ROC data.Use

`modelAccuracy`

to return the RMSE of the observed and predicted PD data.

creates a `LogisticPDModel`

= fitLifetimePDModel(`data`

,`ModelType`

)`Logistic`

PD model object and sets the
`data`

and `ModelType`

properties.

If you do not specify variable information for
`IDVar`

, `AgeVar`

,
`LoanVars`

, `MacroVars`

, and
`ResponseVar`

, then:

`IDVar`

is set to the first column in the`data`

input.`LoanVars`

is set to include all columns from the second to the second-to-last columns of the`data`

input.`ResponseVar`

is set to the last column in the`data`

input.

specifies options using one or more name-value pair arguments in
addition to the input arguments in the previous syntax. The optional
name-value pair arguments set model object properties. For
example, `LogisticPDModel`

= fitLifetimePDModel(___,`Name,Value`

)```
LogisticPDModel =
fitLifetimePDModel(data(TrainDataInd,:),"Logistic",'ModelID',"Logistic_A",'Description',"Logisitic_model",'AgeVar',"YOB",'IDVar',"ID",'LoanVars',"ScoreGroup','MacroVars',{'GDP','Market',}'ResponseVar',"Default")
```

creates a `Logistic`

model object.

`predict` | Compute conditional PD |

`predictLifetime` | Compute cumulative lifetime PD, marginal PD, and survival probability |

`modelDiscrimination` | Compute AUROC and ROC data |

`modelAccuracy` | Compute RMSE of predicted and observed PDs on grouped data |

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