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Sunday, February 26, 2006


lawrence shoko

Hie. Is there a rule of thumb in testing for the presence of heteroskedasticity. I once met this one (2t rule of thumb) which says if the t-statistic is greater than 2 then there is heteroskedasticity.


so after estimating and i found that heteroskedasticity is present in my regression model, how do i interpret that???


Not only did you help me with your fantastic youtube videos.... But also now with this. You sir are a LEGEND.

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