Like Evelon said, there's no such thing as "best DAW". Each one has its ups and downs. I started out with Reason and I think that, for learning its very good. You can just look at things and understand them because you can follow the cables and everything is very visual. Now days I mostly use Ableton Live because you can use plugins in it and it has very good audio manipulation abilities. But I also use Reason for its synths and samplers and stuff.
Logic pro is great for a number of reasons, you get to start off with a shitload of sounds and presets, like 10 different synths, a drum sequencer and a sampler, plus enough FX to make literally anything you could ever want.
The ONLY real gripe I have with it is that working with MIDI (beyond just inputting notes from a MIDI keyboard), is awkward and inefficient, especially because AUs can't output MIDI. There are workarounds, but its not great.
If you have Logic and you like it, stick with it. Its a great piece of software.
I say try the demos of each DAW see which one you like the layout of and then put in the hardwork and learn the DAW! Im using logic over albeton becasue I prefer Logics layout but other people like abletons layout more then logics, its all about to personal choice.
I use sonar, I'm trying to move to ipad and maybe pro tools. There really isn't a "best" software. Music can be made and/or recorded in any software. Course some are more tailored to certain types of music. I use sonar, but I wouldn't say it's great for a beginner to make electronic music. You might also consider getting something like maschine or mpc studio and plugging it into any major daw. Think about how you want to make music and find something that is right for you and something that inspires you to create something as original as possible.
For a beginner i would suggest two options, Ableton 'cause it is full of tutorials about anything and Studio One 'cause it is the most intuitive and quick workflow. But any DAW does the job, you can select one by the logo if you want.