# Interpreting logistic regression coefficients for a categorical variable

I got these results from a logistic regression in R. The data are the proportion of women elected in Uk elections, according to their party.

As you can see, I used exp() to get rid off of the log function, so these are the odds, not the log odds.

How can I interpret these, since I don't see how I can say that for every 1 unit increase in party, there is an increase in the odds. Are these odd ratios comparing with each other, I mean comparing with the odd ratios for all other parties?

• Please type your question as text, do not just post a photograph or screenshot (see here). Sep 3 '20 at 19:03

• @RafaelHernándezSalazar, the indicated levels are compared to the reference level. To convert from odds to a probability, you do o/(1+o) (see the thread linked in my answer above). Sep 4 '20 at 1:24