# Logistic vs Logit - What's the difference?

logistic | logit |

## As an adjective

is relating to logistics.

(operations) Relating to logistics.
(mathematics) Relating to symbolic logic.
(statistics) Relating to the logistic function.
(mathematics) the inverse of the "sigmoid" or "logistic" function used in mathematics, especially in statistics. The
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## In mathematics terms the difference between logistic and logit

is that**logistic**is a logistic function or graph of a logistic curve while

**logit**is the inverse of the "sigmoid" or "logistic" function used in mathematics, especially in statistics. The

**logit**of a number

*p*between 0 and 1 is given by the formula.

## As an adjective **logistic**

is relating to logistics. # logistic

## English

### Adjective

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### Anagrams

*# logit

## English

(*wikipedia logit*)

### Noun

(*en noun*)

**logit**of a number

*p*between 0 and 1 is given by the formula: